Biatch Corp Recordings introduces Restructured, 4 cuts from new artists for our digital music platform, a fresh selection of curated sounds from a vast spectrum of places. Featuring Russia's Pfalz, Colombians Velez and Savan and Brooklyn's Ethan Borshansky for our first installment of the series. The first cut brings Pfalz to an eerie panorama.
'Letzt' is a spacey deep house-esque loop, followed by those rolling hi-hats, heavily tested for long duration sessions where the crowd gets favored by seasoned drum programming and short, subtle details like this track offers.
The Second cut, 'The Tape' of Savan features a pulsating, bass-driven groove and immersive pads all over the spectrum. This sensational recording defies one's ear with its analog synth intricacies, a selection for melody-driven aficionados.
The third cut of the package goes to the order of Velez, who ties 'Valle Del Tonusco' to a more obscure aesthetic: a soft-acidic bass build-up accompanied by mysterious chants follows a burst of crescendos on the whole song structure, driving to a boomy way to move the skeleton.
Fourth and last cut comes with Ethan Borshansky, whose 'What I Love About Wolpe' comes hard on the bassline in the initial phase and maintains that sweet strategy to a skillted tech-house development that multiplies joy for dark-styled music fans. We will keep up-to-date with the adventures of these four producers soon to release more material in Biatch Corp Recordings, stay tuned.