Reelow – Resonance [Kosmophono]
After working with the likes of Marco Carola, Reelow is back to deliver a thumping and very tech-heavy dance music EP. Each track is intense, dark, ambient, and features thumping bass lines that’ll make your subwoofer heavily exert itself just to keep up. The namesake track has a very well done bass-line that adds a lot of energy to the track and keeps things moving. It also adds a bit of groove and keeps things progressing to avoid the staleness that can come so often with certain genres of house. This theme continues on throughout most of the EP and many similarities exist between the three originals Reelow has produced. That being said, I wouldn’t say that this EP stands out in any way specifically besides its production quality and its ability to be quite “danceable”. While the tracks are all very well done and have great groove (Ferreyra does a great job on Possimposible), they tend to blend together a little bit due to their simplicity. However, much of tech house is focused on simplicity and the quality of sound over anything else and in that way Reelow does quite well and uses very unique instruments. Check it out.