Think riots at a carnival or circus, immense pain mixed in with ignorant bliss & energetic joy, all connected & confused – uncertain what the future really holds.
The sheer precision with which he has balanced intensity, creativity & professionalism is brilliant. Unlike other EDM-inspired releases of late; it veers off in its own direction almost entirely.
Gray presents an ever-changing ambiance with an evolving mood, various layers of detail, and a number of unexpected drops both to newer heights & to calmer, spacious levels.
The emotion grows throughout, drawing you in further, filling you with an overwhelming sense of possibility.
Reintroducing fans to the much-loved blend of techno rhythms, driving synths & infectious beats, while provoking a certain set of ideas to ponder as the music pours through.
The details are incredibly considerate, but the experience of this as a finished entity is where the joy really emerges.
This project seems extremely real & unreal all at once. There’s very little, if anything, to compare this with right now. The artistry of it is mesmerising.
There’s never been any reason to doubt Anton Cullen’s passion & production skills; far from it. This may well be, however, his most impressive release to date.
Ethan Wood is an artist, through and through – to express musically seems so natural in everything he creates.
Jamit’s return this month brings a totally provocative piece of music that feels like a classically retro journey into his creative mind
However you choose to hear it, the music or the journey is there for you. Inner Space has made certain that this collection is entrancing, beautiful, powerful.
Sounding like a clear run off from the original essence & soundscape, the remix feels like a sequel – a sort of, ‘what would happen if the music kept playing; where would we end up?’