Views From Abroad
The sixth WHITE release comes from “Edward”.
The sixth WHITE release comes from “Edward”. Once again it is an artist EP, in order to get deeper insights of a WHITE artist’s work. The first track features a young talented singer by the name of “Sara Clark”. “In The Mood” reminds of Pink Floyd’s “The Great Gig in the Sky”. In few years there could be a whole generation begotten to the sound of Edward’s new A side… On the surface it is a dark piece about the trance as a state, beauty and love. Even if those words sounds like a true cliché in terms of electronic dance music. But in its very own way it is violent in its tenderness. Bittersweet to the deep ground. A reunion with final consequences… The flipside contains another highlight: “At the end of a tunnel” offers a good housy block party vibe (not the band). Euphoria with tears of joy… “It is all good in the end! The end titles roll, and I am still alive… ” you may think. While “Lissboa 07” is the dubby afterglow for later… “What have I done…” would be the classical question to ask… Interestingly this joint is co-produced by Edward’s dad “Arno Schäfer”. Also a DJ… All in all a true house classic, with tracks for every occasion of the night.
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