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16 Bit Lolitas - Beat Organ

Anjunadeep on April 25, 2014 17:40

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    After four years away, 16 Bit Lolitas, the duo behind Anjunadeep classics like “Nobody Seems To Care” and “Murder Weapon" return to the label with the Beat Organ EP. Featuring three tracks harnessing the atmospheric, emotive sound they made their names with, the Beat Organ EP sees Ariaan and Peter bring a refined, contemporary edge to proceedings.

    Title track “Beat Organ” builds subtly before melodic stabs make way for an insistent bassline groove. Tripped out soundscapes rise and rise in an almost euphoric breakdown, eventually unfolding back into the huge, bouncing bassline.

    “From Far Away” takes a more restrained approach, ebbing and flowing for almost ten minutes in what is a genuine epic. Combining many of the hallmark elements of progressive house at its peak, with the current wave of melodic deep house, “From Far Away” is a hypnotic ride through dark, moody melodies and delicate sonic textures, culminating in an anthemic final breakdown.

    Rounding off the EP in energetic fashion is “Friendly Neighbour”, built around another rolling bass heavy groove, brought together with rich melodies, interlocking textures and warm, feel-good atmospherics. All in all, the Beat Organ EP is an assured comeback, and a prime example of the progressive revival slowly beginning to take shape on dancefloors across Europe.

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