Espen - Fruit Flies (Jelly For The Babies 'Dream Land' Remix) [Silk Textures] by Silk Music published on 2013/04/30 18:50:40 +0000 Support on iTunes: http://bit.ly/SILKTX042-iTunes Support on Beatport: http://bit.ly/SilkTextures Why [Follow] our SoundCloud? We stream all of our new releases and radio shows on our SoundCloud. Enjoying the tune? Please consider clicking the [Repost] ↻ button! --- ▼ Follow Silk Music: Support on YouTube: http://bit.ly/SilkMusicTV Support on Facebook: http://bit.ly/SilkFacebook Follow on Twitter: http://bit.ly/SilkTwitter Listen on SoundCloud: http://bit.ly/SilkSoundCloud Follow on Google+: http://bit.ly/SilkGooglePlus --- ▼ Visit our website: http://www.silk-music.com ▼ Want some new merchandise? http://www.silk-music.com/store --- ▼ Follow Espen: Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/espengulbrandsen Facebook: http://facebook.com/espen.gulbrandsen.5 Twitter: http://twitter.com/espenmusic ▼ Follow Shane Robinson: Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/jellyforthebabies Facebook: http://facebook.com/jellyforthebabies Twitter: http://twitter.com/jelly4thebabies --- ▼ Release Tracklist: 01 Espen - Fruit Flies (Original Mix) 02 Espen - Fruit Flies (Shane Robinson Remix) 03 Espen - Fruit Flies (Jelly For The Babies 'Dream Land' Remix) Fresh of his "From Floppy" single on parent label Silk Digital, Norwegian star Espen showcases his deep-progressive side on our Textures division with "Fruit Flies". The Original Mix kicks off with a "naked" groove, surrounded by evocative and truly cinematic filtered pads. The rhythm begins to pick up, as the pads continue to filter in and out of the mix. As the song approaches the midpoint, a hypnotic, heavily-delayed bass layer begins to crescendo. This element is solo'ed in the break, where the various noir effects continue to paint a haunting soundscape. Irish label fixture Shane Robinson's remix centers on the brooding themes of the original, while also adding various mood-enhancing arp lines and background pads. Meanwhile, the rhythm gently "coasts" along, offering the listener a soothing aural experience. Finally, rising Serbian artist Jelly For The Babies submerges the tune into even deeper territory with his interpretation. A layered eighth-note progression guides the track along, as minimal percussion gives the track an "outro" feel, a suitable wind-down to a late night out.