Welcome to Homegrown's New Music Round-Up, the ultimate destination for discovering the week's hottest releases across all genres. Each week, we curate a handpicked and homegrown selection of fresh sounds. This week features experimental synthwave, melodic deep house much more.
Chance & Electricity by Seasonal Affected Beats
Where the Ice Meets the Water by Seasonal Affected Beats, the alter ego of artist and composer Tarun Balani, showcases his prowess in improvised electronic music. Merging the finesse, controlled volatility, and discipline of jazz with the malleability of electronic beats, the track Chance & Electricity from this album serves as an atmospheric modular synthesis heaven. Balani's unique approach creates a captivating sonic landscape that reflects the seamless fusion of diverse musical elements within the electronic realm.
Listen to it below.
Eternal Life by Angsu
Eternal Life, the opening track on Angsu's debut album Echoes, sets a captivating tone for the entire Melodic Deep House journey. With pulsating beats and ethereal melodies, the song immerses listeners in timeless themes that echo throughout the album. Drawing inspiration from vintage electronic music and analog synthesizers, Angsu, an artist from Assam, aspires to create a profound sonic experience, influenced by the likes of Ben Böhmer, Christian Löffler, and Deadmau5, carving a unique path in the music industry.
Listen to it below.
All There Is by Dualist Inquiry
Dualist Inquiry's upcoming album, after a seven-year hiatus, is a meticulously curated journey through nostalgic and reflective emotional spaces, drawing inspiration from genres such as house, breaks, dub, ambient, and experimental synthwave. Written between December 2022 and July 2023, When We Get There encapsulates the artist's reflections on the irreversible nature of time, childhood innocence, and a deeply emotional personal journey becoming a musical anchor, offering a reference point to navigate through different versions of oneself and move forward.
Listen to a single from the album below.
Talk to Me Nice by Tech Panda x Kenzani ft. Raxstar
Talk to Me Nice marks another surprising venture for Delhi-based contemporary electronica producers Tech Panda x Kenzani, known for reinvigorating old Indian sounds with a modern twist. Following their melodic techno track 'Dua,' this release showcases their versatility by collaborating with British Punjabi rapper Raxstar. The track effortlessly fuses Raxstar's fiery vocals with the signature, character-rich voice of folktronica duo Hari & Sukhmani creating a dynamic, cross-genre musical experience.
Listen to it below
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