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Sonus Discis 03 : Inner

SonusDiscis on November 28, 2012 20:04

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    After an excellent set from Kashawar, the third installment from our podcast series brings a very intriguing artist in the spotlight. Hailing from the northern city of Iasi, Inner comes with a vast wealth of music experience under his belt, with his first EP being released on Derivat netlabel in 2009. His clean, fresh and eclectic approach has seen him enjoying appraised releases on alternative label Local Records on labels such as Kina and Strictly Chosen. While he doesn't limit himself to a certain style, his sound is deep and organic, creating a dark, cold and gloomy atmosphere.

    And he confirms the above, with mysterious, autumn melancholy filled structures building up the beginning of the set. However, as this autumn was not as gloomy as usual, the fine deep house selection is slowly unveiled as the set progresses. The more we listen, the deeper we
    go, with Inner showing his affinity for dark, organic sounds of great depth and resonance. On the other hand, his self-declared fondness for "percussive and bassy kicks that echo straight into your lungs" results in an excellently built bass and kick structure that complements the deepness trip throughout the entire mix, with the foot starting to tap the floor unconsciously. All in all, an all round set that might get you to miss several tube or bus stations daydreaming....or daydancing.

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