TBR: 10th November
Recording from her bedroom, 20-year-old Georgia Ochoa is quietly gathering momentum and fans along for the ride. The multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter now prepares to put out her first release on Bytes. The technophilic sounds and crisp atmospheres that make the left and right wing of the free-bird that is Seagoth bring the artist to ever higher horizons. Discovered by Andy Bell of RIDE, and also known as GLOK, this young, fresh, and most importantly – skilled musician has been fortified with a batch of soon-to-be classic remixes.
The music begins with a symphonic burst of synthesisers that rises with beats and a wallop of bass. The percussion breaks free with hats, snare, and bass that rattle and roll in a smooth drive as the vocals begin. Haunting and poignant words thrust emotive clarity inward and around in moody sways of dream-laden ruminations. Electric guitar soars upward in ethereally melodious motifs as the fascination builds on clouds of temperance and feeling. This Leaf Troup Mix of 2020's Eternity reaches new levels of cool with radio-level lifts and tweaks.
A Seagoth original follows with Find The Time. Illuminatory synthesisers fritter down like candle-light as bass throbs and digs with a heavy beat. Vocals open the song as a pretty and delicate melody leads us down the path. With a sudden flush of energy, the music rises into a new level of reach as punchy beats fly with uplifting synthesiser tones. The vocal continues, throwing the lines into the sky like frisbees of magic. Guitar licks run with breaking drums as the bass continues to persist with a groovy urge to progress.
A run of bass and tom-tom bash out a looping rhythm as a deep and sensual atmosphere is knitted in the fabric of the music. Rising tones build into vocals which greet distinctive bass tones that rustle like autumn leaves in the wind. Gut level harmonies evaporate into vox as Seagoth chants semi-melodious poetry into the equation. This GLOK remix of Eternity takes us down into a deep and cavernous dream that clings to our shadows as we move towards the light.
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