Greyspot’s First Release of 2014
It’s not often that I get the opportunity to write about new tracks coming from my own home town despite the fact that I know there are quite a few great producers out there in this city working on finding their own sound. Greyspot’s music is unlike any artist I’ve heard before. His new release, Puma is a patient track that locks into a solid groove and stays there. The name suits the song well; it evokes the image of a powerful predator that remains in the shadows but never stops following the driving percussion of the track.
The atmosphere inside the song is open and welcomes your own inward journey and doesn’t interrupt it with really forceful builds and drops. Instead, sounds flit in and out of the darkness as the song emerges from and fades back to the world around you. This music has one of those sounds that I struggle to put a genre to because they are not formulaic in their imitation of another sound. They function in their own space, patiently making a unique mark on the world of music around them. Check out the sounds of Greyspot and get a taste of something very different from the mundane tracks you hear every day.
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