the lp offers a different flavor, continuing this celestial, heart-felt journey miles away on a foggy day. but dont get too morose as there is hope in the upbeat, breaks-driven last sunbeam. the tempo continues to build in everywhere i go before launching into the techy sounds of the heavily vocoded computer love. mc fava lends his talents on a plethora of tracks, including addicted and the title track, stay forever.
one would be curious as to what a track such as this one would sound like. images and visuals floating through your head as you press play, the airy, angelic pad intro induces you into a trance-like state before soothing piano lines and a pitched-up vocal reminiscent of the early hardcore era takes you away. as the drums come in with a half-time feel, it is easy to imagine japanese taiko drummers playing their part. once the break takes hold, a short span of melodic heaven uplifts before the drums take control again.
msdos and dynamic are on a roll at the moment, with a slew of releases coming out on fokuz. this next offering is another sublime and lustrous affair full of gentle rhythms, glorious melodies and pattering breaks.
with its two year anniversary just around the corner, influenza brought a pair of powerhouse tunes to the table in a newcomer named well being.with releases on red mist recordings and focuz this artist looks to be a very promising addition to the influenza roster.
usually pairing up with partner, lomax, bcee takes this one solo, producing a blissful smasher of a track. a lush piano line is accompanied by articulate strings in the intro before a spectacular vocal takes the stage. the tune presses on with its warm bassline, getting progressively deeper as the end comes near. excellent tunage by bcee on his first influenza release! be on the lookout for a remix of atlantic connection s echo park sometime later this year as well. do u remember:do u remember is a lovely track, beautifully executed by stunna and peyo. the energy in this track is massive, and is definitely one to smash up the dancefloor with its warm basslines and forward-driven drums. angelic pianos and sweeping synths nicely round out this track, making it one of influenzas best to date!