chapter 10 – caput incognitus (chapter without a name)
hi, we’re back. sort of.
we actually have to celebrate something, it’s our 10th chapter of this still-growin-as-a-toddler-series. but we postpone the celebration, maybe there is goin’ to be a ‘special’ for chapter number fifty, or thousand, or fifty thousand, when androids are goin’ to take over our place (finally lol). so actually, we usually would name a specific chapter with a specific name, alas we were too lazy (due a high rate of night activity the last whole week) to think about that, instead we just concentrated ourselves with the pursuit of new tracks, we stop the small-talk and would like to start with chapter number 10:
1. Daktyl – Wonky
we start with wonky, which is a track produced by uk-based daktyl. the track is released as a part of a compilation of the down-under label pilerats. and actually we’re not here to introduce u the man behind the name, because that’s the job of other people. and honestly, does he need an intro? the name itself is circulatin’ around the musical area, and it’s gettin bigger & bigger & bigger & so on. to describe the track, people who are diggin’ his sound, are not goin’ to regret this piece here. startin’ with a melo-composition of piano-solos, bells, acapella-cranberries, the break down let u infect with dancy swings. ‘wonky’ does bring up the already-seen-as-a-necessity-transition to jersey club music, because without it, it would be a track of pure tedium & chagrin (huuh?). liked, posted, supported, go check out the other releases of the mister.
2. X Tempo (Jus Now x Dismantle x Champion) – Not Stickin (Feat. Kevin Prescott)
next stop, and this here is pretty interesting. project x-tempo aka jus now, dismantle, & champion initiated a project, which is (in our view) goin’ to blow up. all these artists that are included are well-known in the electronic music scene, so it’s pretty thrillin’ to see what kind of music that kind of artistical combo can bring up to. the result is respectable, the project, the tracks, the concepts are lookin’ great. we did not make an easy decision to pick a specific tune of the extended play, because each of these are really impressive & catchy. so we wantonly pick the first one, which is some kind of merger between moombahton, reggae & trap music. so before we go on, with the other tracks, we would like to know three things: first, is this goin’ to be an exception? second, is this the initiation of something big? third, dudes even though u did announce somewhere that this is goin’ to be an exception, it would be even greater if u would go with that project, could u do that, huh?
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3. Lux Natura – Let’s Just Forget
we go on, and we’re so proud to present u this pile of pure pulchritude. there is no significant part of the track to start to describe it. why? it’s the amalgamation of the sooth bassline, the lush acapellas, the lovely guitar-samples, the concept in general. the track name perfectly fits in the momentary, with all the wars that are embracin us, the riots, the altercations, death & life, the music in general is one of those things, that let u forget about the anguish, the tragedies, the chagrin, the nonchalance, the indifference. so press play & ‘let’s just forget’, albeit only for some minutes, or seconds. lux natura, yet another artist from down under, is one of those, which we are goin’ to endorse permanently. we’ll definitely keep u in touch, when this interpret is goin’ to release a new track, extended or long play.
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4. Joppe – Solitude
solitude is a track, which already out for ‘ages’, to be exactly 2 years ago. and yet, the track from the aarhus-based (that’s in denmark) producer is still one of unquenchable pure fire. the track structure has resemblances of different genres, such as trip hop, ambient, garage, or bass music in general. solitude was released as an freebie, which we find is really kind-hearted from joppe himself. if u can do us a favor, and stop by on his channel, please be sure to check out the video of the track, that really brings up emotions in urself, which u never were aware of. alas, we did lose the tracks of the danish, there are not any kind of updates of new releases in the future, but we’re still in a good mood that this is goin’ to happen soon.
5. Eu-IV – Arcas’s Interlude
last stop, we finish the chapter without a name with an interlude, written by eu-iv (pronunced u-four). arca’s interlude is a straight-forward tune. straight-forward? what was that suppose to mean? straight-forward, because the creation, the arrangement of the track itself perfectly fit together, neither do u hear any specific flaws nor lacks in the track structure. baltimore-based eu-iv, known for his trip-hop, hip-hop, instrumentals, is kickass beatmaker, which is already part of one of the big artist collectives, named flow-fi. we like the smoothness, which we support immediately. we adore the atmos, which we acclaim forthwith. posted & supported.
we say good bye again, see u the next time, in the meanwhile (as we always say that in this platitudinous way) do us a favor, & check these people out, they’re worth to kill ur tedium. bye.
the end of the tale but not of this book.