Last Night On Earth add yet more undeniable talent on the cusp of serious recognition, as they release Ejeca’s latest EP ‘Frequency’ Out Now.
In recent months Ejeca has been thrust into the limelight following an outstanding collaboration with Bicep, with his solo work receiving high praise from the likes of Pete Tong, Jackmaster and of course, Sasha.
Last Night On Earth continues to support and pluck artists that are turning heads, with Ejeca at the forefront of ushering in the recent heavy 90’s revival. His nu-house, garage style is ever present in his latest ‘Frequency’ EP.
The first two tracks ‘Hi Rollin’ and ‘Neva 2 Far’ are dripping with classic vocals and vintage house sound. ‘Nassau Storm’ brings a dubby side to the EP, while ‘Time For Change’ adds calming intelligent beats fused with soul.
Last Night On Earth hit the spot once again as the supreme Ejeca puts out another incredible release.
The Cryptozoologist EP
Cryptozoology, the search for and study of animals whose existence or survival is disputed or unsubstantiated, such as the Loch Ness monster and the yeti, is something that Henry Saiz finds deeply intriguing. His love of exoticism and strange natural/organic sounds (his own label is called Natura Sonoris – which means Nature of Sound) provide the fuel for this latest stunning Bedrock release.
“The Cryptozoologist” has an instantly striking, mysterious Andean / Peruvian melodic influence that harks back to cultures shrouded in the mysteries of time, creating a truly haunting track. “Uncharted” is equally hypnotic and enthralling and yet distinctly different. Henry is using a lot of analogue vintage gear to create his music, which is giving him a very distinct sound, a path that will lead to his hotly awaited debut artist album (due out in April 2013) on which he will delve totally into and explore an analogue world (www.wearehenrysaiz.com).
Henry’s critically acclaimed “Balance 019” album, released in 2011, was the catalyst for his star potential explode around the globe. His superb collaboration with Guy J (“Meridian”) and his solo track (“La Marea”) for the landmark Bedrock 100 release, were of the highest level of quality and his most recent release, “Our Discovery” (Natura Sonoris), became a huge Ibiza hit this summer, with supporters including John Digweed, Sasha, M.A.N.D.Y., Luciano, Visionquest, Danny Howells and many others. Henry Saiz is undoubtedly an extraordinarily talented young producer who is simply too exciting to be ignored!
The next release from Sasha’s label Last Night On Earth, comes from two Italian producers that call themselves Hunter/Game. A single that adds another dimension to the label, An Angel will be released on the 22nd October digital only.
Hunter/Game project was born thanks to the artistic inspiration of two Italian producers based between Milan and New York. They perform secret loft parties, in which they are able to express their unique sound. The sound comes from a deep groove and it evolves thanks to electronic and pop influences, while keeping techno inspiration as its main element.
And it’s this sound that pricked the ears of Sasha, who instantly snapped up their single An Angel as the latest single for his label, Last Night on Earth. A single that adds another dimension to the label, An Angel will be released on the 22nd October digital only.
The rich bass, mellow vocals and eerie percussion introduced in An Angel builds suspense that’s consistent throughout the EP. With deep grooves fixed firmly in Techno, each track stays dark and twisted from the grave synths and worn out male vocals in ‘Novox’, to the rumbling bass and speech in ‘Your Essence’.
Sasha’s label, Last Night On Earth continues to maintain it’s forward thinking approach to releasing a diverse range of quality electronic music.
Finally seeing the light of day is Sasha’s take on Hot Chip’s “Flutes”. Having been a firm favourite and closing track of many of his recent sets, he twists it in to his classic melodic vibe that only he does so well, taking the original into a new dimension for the clubs and festivals.