By: Jonathan Gross
If you're a fan of this feed, you're well aware of European glitch god Halfred, but his interests and talents go way beyond the bass world. He has teamed up with fellow Italian producer, Lo.Renzo, for a bold new project, Jakare.
The duo produces slow and tribal house with a South American flair. The multi-instrumentalists blend ancient instruments and sounds with the trendy new dance style that's already popping up around the world. As the name suggests, it's house vibes, but at a slightly reduced BPM.
Jakare releases its debut EP, Apu, on Desert Dwellers' Desert Trax label at the end of this month. But you don't have to wait til then to get a taste.
Today we premiere “Glass Temple,” a winding journey that contains such lush melodies and intricate percussion, but its flexible tempo makes it great for a night out on the town, or a reflective night in. We love how it works in so many settings. And the attention to detail from a noted psychedelic producer gets even more fine-tuned in a brand new style.
Apu is available May 31st.
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