Intimacy / Sound Transitions - Earth Two

Projected visions of a not-to-distant future, one where rapid population growth has rendered the planet we call home virtually uninhabitable. A second Space Race has begun; the scramble to discover an uncharted, oxygen-rich planet. Whether it exists, only time will tell.

Intimacy sets off first with a wide-eyed optimism. Radiant pads and noodling synth lines weave through buoyant house grooves and lo-fi aesthetics, but this expedition isn’t without its perils: instigating the space-faring equivalent of ‘stepping on the gas’, the Tennessean signals a treacherous leg to the voyage, hurtling into straight kinetic dancefloor energy. Thrashing drums evoke potentially deadly hull breaches and swirling acid lines suggest cosmic turbulence or the narrow escape on the event horizon of a black hole.

All ominous synthetic textures and meaty electro rhythms, a feeling of trepidation sets the tone as Sound Transitions embarks on a similar path. Anxieties soon melt away after a successful launch, however; entering the lithe territory of ebullient, melodic house, our crew embrace the great unknown with a renewed enthusiasm.

Countless lives at home depending, both battered vessels hold their courses true. No end in sight, the pursuit to discover what they’re already calling ‘Earth 2’ back home continues.


Side A - Intimacy (44:51)
Side B - Sound Transitions (44:30)

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23 Jan 2018