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Acclaimed Copenhagen-based DJ and Producer Solid Blake delivers the exhilarating four-track ‘Warp Room’ EP, demonstrating why she has such a bright future as a solo artist.
Opening track ‘Warp Room’ is a full throttle and energetic cut displaying a stabbing synth line which cuts in and out creating a dark, intense atmosphere, setting the tone for what is to follow.
‘Soap Cube’ pulsates throughout, displaying a nod to the dirtier side of vintage electro, thanks to its edgy percussion and distorted synths.
The melancholic ‘Tissue’ opens with a growl as the fierce drums and hissing snares pierce through any softness to reveal its icy heart.
Closing track ‘Contract’ has a deep, atmospheric and moody vibe with cleverly crafted layers which continue to build, rounding off the EP perfectly.