Continuing our love affair with all things South America is our new release from Sebastian Busto.
Orientating from Argentina “Sebastian” is another example of the great music and artists that’s generated from this country.
Artists from this region generally have a good musical back ground which is soon channelled towards club music after absorbing influences from their own Hernan Cattaneo and the UK’s John Digweed.
Sebastian is very similar to this has he studied music from a young age and went on to lead a number of local rock bands before making the switch to dance music. He’s since released tracks across a number of dance imprints such as 3rd Avenue, Stellar Fountain, Spring Tubea, Mystique, Clinique and PHW elements.
There often seems to be a melodic dreamscape theme to music generated from this country and ‘Phenomenon Ep’ embraces that with a unique touch and quality of its own.
There’s 3 tracks to choose from starting with the title track ‘Phenomenon’ which kicks off with crunchy drum patterns and floating synth lines before building to deeper hypnotic groove. There’s a touch of lush vocal included and great swirling atmospheres.
‘Drowned Trees’ has a funkier groove to it which is quite dark and draws you in the more you listen . There’s a very infectious feel about this one has it builds with varying arp lines and melodies.
‘Dancing Anna’ is the final track which has a more of a European flavour to it with its Jam & Spoon-esque bassline and building key changes. The track as a very chilled feel to it and would be fitting for a an Ibiza chilled album as well as those deep dance floor moments
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