Electronic pigeons, humming vocals, lulling piano chords and rumbley bassline - what do you get when you put all these ingredients together? At the very least you get a very catchy tune that will burrow itself in your brain and make you bop your head side to side long after the music subsided.
To dive in a little deeper, the term of Deep Tech House is somewhat elusive to me as to where the lines are blurred and one becomes the other or a true hybrid of both. Well in case of Missing You the ingredients are quite evident as it effortlessly glides through a funkier, melodic and moving parts with the earwormy vocal sample and radiant piano chords to a much rawer, stripped down sound driven by the nicely overdriven bassline and larger emphasis on the punchy percussion.
The true balance and deep techiness of this track comes in play with it's delightful breakdowns that bring down the dominant energy to a more pensive level, letting some air in and creating an atmosphere for breezy breaks in between highly impactful chunky beats.
What stands out the most to me on this track is the seemless transition between contrasting energies and the carefully crafted sonic elements that fit together beautifully, surprise and delight and leave a smile on your face after track's runtime is over.
What is Tune of the Day?
Something that I do for my rising revelations series is search for new music daily. So it is only natural that I should be sharing some of the daily highlights as too often the tracks are amazing but they don't make it into a final episode as they might not fit that week's mood or concept.
More than anything, the reasoning behind the series was always sharing new exciting music by artists that are longing to be heard so any extra exposure is a good thing.
All artists featured on the blog are contacted and notified of the post, and get a gentle nudge to join this incredible community.
I love putting my feelings about music into writing so each post will also have a couple of my own words on why I love that particular track and how I perceive it, a mini-review of sorts.
As an added bonus all tracks featured are available for a free download, generously provided by the artists. Please enjoy them in your music players, DJ sets and shared playlists and endorse hard work of some talented people.