If you, like me, are a lover of the deeper bass in the deepest, and you also are constantly looking for the definitive drop which will drive your body and soul crazy, well, let me say that today the fate has lead you in the right place.
‘Something for your mind, your body, and your soul’ used to sing a evergreen classic house loop, and that’s exactly what this fabulous EP is: pure electronic wellness.
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In this 15 minutes’ underground fairy tail, the Perth based producer DeVante didn’t went light, creating two of the biggest and more impactful drops of this first half of 2016, much to overclass lots of Big Room/Trap/Dubstep competitors.
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However, what is surprising is not only the power and energy of the two tracks, but also the absolute considerable sophistication and definition of the song’s’ structure and the sound itself. While listening ‘Mind Of A Man’ and ‘Guiding Me Through’ you will find yourself experimenting countless musical and emotional landscapes, one after another, in a complex stream of sounds which will drive your mind from the euphoric peaks of the aforementioned drops, to a strange feel of melancholic loneliness, up to involve you in a passionate tribal/digital religious ritual.
If someone, one day, would ask me for the most direct route for the music Nirvana, I’ll probably suggest him/her a deep listen of this outstanding Mind Of A Man EP.