Shortly after the release of his much beloved single “Blackbird”, “Chaos & Clarity” is Fletcher Reed’s short but sweet debut EP release on Aviary Bridge Records. All three tracks, “Chaos”, “Clarity” and “Everything in Between” have an emotive quality to them, achieved with celestial pianos, otherworldly sounds and organic percussive sections.
Bun.E’s first EP release on Aviary Bridge Records, “Intergalactic Space Beats” perfectly conjures the feeling of watching planets, moons and stars drift past your window. By combining dreamy bit-crushed keys and head-bopping hip-hop beats, Bun.E creates a ethereal yet futuristic sound palette which cements the clarity of the theme and concept of the EP right from the get go.
Coming in with a whopping twenty-one tracks, Jakata’s album “The Drive In” has a curiously eclectic soundscape, transporting the listener into various realities through it’s duration. Although the tracks are anchored down by classic hip-hop beats, it’s “The Drive In”’s other qualities that set it apart from the rest.
Padma Purana’s first EP release via Aviary Bridge Records, “Blur”, is an intricate, organic and emotive work of art. By combining the hard hits of trip hop drums with cascading instrumentals, the greek producer creates a gorgeous juxtaposition between these two characteristics, resulting in a dark yet mystical aesthetic.
Upon listening to Elleodin’s debut EP “Iridescent”, one can almost see the colours and imagine the smells of the dreamscapes Elleodin has created. Largely fuelled by her sound-colour synesthesia, each track has a unique atmosphere saturated in floaty synths and organic instruments. Accompanied by instances of her vocals, bass guitar and recordings, and through various techniques and experimentation, the result is five tracks that wildly differentiate from each other and yet fit beautifully together.
Roshi’s first album release with Aviary Bridge Records is an evolving and boundless project which explores various sectors of the electronic music scene. An album filled with contrasts, “Cold Summer” is indeed an apt description for the release. In the background, nostalgic summery vibes combine with gentle icy ambience. In the foreground, organic instruments gently play alongside aggressive synthesised basses. One of “Cold Summer”’s most notable characteristics is it’s spaciousness; this is an album that should be listened to on headphones for the full intended experience.