alice.km’s Prisms is a wild ride into her world. An immersive experience that props up the beauty of geometry, natural structures, trippy beats, and such much more. The solo DJ/producer knows how to think outside the box and it pays off whole-heartly – there are few who can touch the type of sounds that alice.km is putting out there. Lets take a deeper live.
“Cazimi,” blends in Arabic elements and the title itself translates to “heart of the sun,” in Arabic as well. The synth elements provide a certain intensity as alice.km eases you into an adventurous sonic realm.
Next up is “Crystalline,” blending together a tech house platform with liquid-feeling arpeggios. The mood here is relaxing altogether, with the electric guitar inclusion providing a certain edge that is spot on.
“Equinox,” is a fitting name for a ‘mid way through,’ type of song. Things get a bit more melodic here and still are still deeply tied to the genre of house. The technical drum work and dreamy synths generate an atmosphere easy to return to again and again.
“Denver,” heads in a more mysterious and suspenseful direction, while still keeping things pretty minimal. The cloudy disposition is the foundation that well-written synths glide on top of. Overall sedating, “Denver,” fits in nicely to the context of the EP.
“Cancer Season,” finish off Prisms EP. Getting a bit grittier and leaving the listener an uneasy feeling as to what will come next. Things begin to get more colorful a few verses in as the bell-like sounds being to provide some comfort. The energy stays pretty even keeled and steady through, with the bassline providing some depth to the over elating theme going on.
alice.km’s EP is an exploratory journey that must be heard a few times over to fully get an impression of it.