A narrative journey through the oceanic depths of bass music, brought to you by Russian producer Nuage. Neida is infused with the story of a young boy’s dreamlike travels, and features the all the atmospheric elements of good techno music, but with the more unusual addition of the harp, courtesy of Olga Maximova. On Project: Mooncircle.
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Russian producer Nuage carries on his introspective, beautified electronic journey with Neida, an LP that contains more than a few nods to the world of deep house and the spacey production of folks like Synkro. Here, you’ll find chopped vocals, layered minimal beats and bouncy house basses and stabs that have a certain floaty flourish to them. There’s also apparently a lot of harp on here, but it’s either being played by a reverb ghost or has been twisted by Nuage’s digital hands, because it’s pretty indistinct. Let’s play spot the harp.
If you enjoyed labelmate My Panda Shall Fly’s last release Too, then you’ll find something tasty on here. Things get a bit more uptempo, towards Nuage’s DnB roots on the title track, with more of a percussive skitter than a bounce. OH there’s the harp! Clear as a lush, sunny day. Pretty nice, chilled stuff.
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