What separates Vidinovski's sound from the deep house mire are his deft watercolour backgrounds. Made of constantly shapeshifting synthscapes, they open each record out to unseen horizons, breathing life and space into each mix. Propping them up are buried-deep knocking kicks, but prickling FX and sharpened hits ensure you don't drift too far down into the abyss. Also worth noting is that—despite these being some of Vidinovski's earliest solo productions (after more than 30 collabs)—he more than holds his own with the much more venerated Anton Zap (on remix duties here).
Exhibit A is "Charge Point" which thuds hardest as firm kicks battle for air beneath warm swelling pads that flood the mix over and over again. "Night Sun" sounds like being lost in an underwater cave, claps echoing off many different walls, barely audible synths floating down through scattered percussion. "Period" is a little edgier, with thin, cutting synth lines slicing up a heavy beat that barely seems able to drag itself along. Anton Zap's remix, meanwhile, soothes with its soft focus melodies, buffed surfaces and fully rounded edges.
Tracklist: Vidinovski - The 6th Argument EPA1 Night Sun
A2 Night Sun (AntonZap remix)
B1 Charge Point