London-based DJ/producer, Tim Green, is back, delivering a lovely new EP that’ll absorb your mind. Brilliantly weaving between the realms of both house and techno, he is known for his keen ability to experiment across a wide spectrum of electronic music, remaining without confinement to genres. His latest release, For A Memory, takes us deeper and proves to be a real treat for the ears.
Between his essential mixes for the Body Language series on Get Physical and serving up techno goodness for Cocoon, Green now makes his debut on Lee Burridge’s Get Weird imprint, showcasing his talents and further reinforcing he is a force to be reckoned with.
Get ready for eleven whole minutes of pure auditory bliss. “For A Memory” will lure you in with its mesmerizing sound; heavily saturated with infectious drums and a deep and steady bassline. Laced with hypnotic vocal cuts and plenty of emotive flair, this track will slowly seduce you into a state of trance. Accompanying this, we have “For A Distant Memory;” a dreamy rework of the original, richly textured with cinematic strings and subtle hints of synth, creating that beautifully ambient vibe.
With two stunning tracks for your listening pleasure, this EP will certainly linger in your memory.
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