A Thought From Jupiter (Single)
TBR: 18th July
A Thought From Jupiter is the 4th release for Audiophile Deep by regular face Lewis Beck this year! That's an average of about one every eight weeks. This Dallas, Texas label can feel honoured to be able to include work by this master mixer. Drawing on traditional styles and techniques and then applying modern thought and sound design philosophy to the inspired mixes has given Lewis Beck the edge he's looking for. One foot in the history book and one foot in the unwritten guide for tomorrow's students, A Thought From Jupiter takes us on a cosmic voyage.
This six minute dancer begins with a thumping kick beat which is backed up by double timed percussion. Vocals create a tapestry of voice across the stuttery rhythm as a chunky bass line warps across the underside. A drum fill symbols a new area, extra bass with pulsing qualities adds yet another groove to move in. Layers continually pile up, bringing new dimensions and facets to the progression. Everything is building up from initial foundations made of the drum. A guitar riff on the blues scale pokes through the clouds and shines down in clarity. Repetitive loops and constant persistent progression combine to unravel a coil of growing sound. The build-up is ingrained in the track, each bar pushes the pressure up a little further.
The main course is served next to an inspired desert. This B side is a remix of the A made by Rigopolar. A funky element is brought in, catchy drums combine with spliced vocal sample to give a disco feel to the mix. Cosmic waves dance like conscious sunbeams in shifting glades of soundcraft. A neat bass kicks in, digital sounds pluck in fun and energetic rhythms, inflections on the timing allow for maximum dancing enjoyment. Gradual pushes on the vocal bring on a sun-rising feel, more daylight glimmers through with new parts of the whole bringing forth ever more illumination. Arpeggiators ring out, their melodic scales moving up and down in staircase like expressions of kinesis. With a less insistent feel but a descriptive journey all of its own, this B may actually turn out to be a lot of people's favourite.
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