Posts Tagged ‘Dusk’

January 28, 2016
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If Light Falls’ intoxicating, textured debut, Dusk, sounds somewhat familiar, it may be because you’ve been spellbound in the past by Dominic Gentry’s prior project, Attaque. As Light Falls, the UK producer crafts haunting soundscapes on Dusk similar to those we find on James Blake’s woozy post-dubstep production, paired with SAMPHA like futuristic R&B vocals. I’ve always been fond of dusk, when shadows elongate and stretch, shrink and coil, and everything takes on an ephemeral profoundness and spiritual depth. The shifting density and growing tension on Light Falls’ Dusk reflect those introspectively tempestuous moments.

January 12, 2016
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It’s a dark affair set in the mysterious shadows of twilight on Dusk, the debut track from a Canadian newcomer named Ursa Major. The 19 year old singer songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and record producer from Toronto dishes out some intense future R&B on the moodily booming and somberly slinking tune. It’s impossible not to be drawn into Ursa Major’s brooding lyrics and passionate vocals when backed by such a sparse yet textured background. Dusk is raw and powerful, a striking first song from the young talent. Download Dusk for free direct from Soundcloud.