TBR: November 29th
Combining the synonymous sounds of Caserta, Detroit, and Berlin brings Subradeon to the Character impress for the first time. This duo of Italian electronic music producers have over ten years experience in the field and bring home every technique, every sensation for their most modern merchandise. With their thorough-bred Italian roots and a particular passion for the sounds with enough escape velocity to leave Detroit, the pair unleashed their energy with their own Subradeon Records in 2018. Proving they cut the cake by working with another label clearly demonstrates competence and confidence in their career.
Movement opens with a snappy hat rhythm that pounds with a quick tempo. Tuneful percussion sings alongside, the bell like wooden quality resonates deeply in a rhythmic melody. The music opens out with bright lights as the kick drum enters the mix. A repeating echo phrases the underscore of bass driven drumming to give a wobbling bounce that lifts the tones. A new synth layer fills out the top end, chiming chords fire rapid emphases with a summery shimmer. It all boils down, revealing a quick tempo and a single melodic repeating across the smooth soundscape. The drums too are then pulled back, letting only a short blast of percussion out with each passing bar. Swirling synths and pounding melody begin which eventually unwrap the rest of the drum-track.
Next is a twangy beat, layered with kick and a subtle up-down melody. Drums infuse with a splash of inflection with every new section. This progression continues to build as a repeating cymbal strike fills with a resonating dash. Synthesiser builds beneath vocals, chords twirl in misty areas where a podium houses the source of poetic lines. Each One, Teach One tells us to pass on the wisdom as well as the payment. Make a difference. Sleek rhythms mingle with fulfilling chords which span across the bassline.
The label boss from Character takes the reins for track three. This Deetron mix of Movement begins with a jazzy rhythm, full of seductive bass. Rhythmic melody adds a smooth entrance while spongy distorted beats swagger in the sunshine. The track progresses as each layering spans out and fills its allotted groove. Then, a splashing of cymbal rides through the music to release a hat combo that continues through as a brand new thread. Livening up the mix with the high end, the rest of the music swell in waves reaching higher than before. It builds up with a dancing energy that just keeps going.
The rest of the EP is a little gift for DJs and producers alike. We get three locked grooves, each 29 seconds long, taken from the Movement track. Now we all get to dabble with the motivations within this latest production. Want to remix or fancy a backbeat to jam to? Then here you are, these extra snippets are just for you. Stick them on loop and away you go.
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