First up on the a-side is Dub Sonar, a track that makes good use of some 4/4 beat patterns sewn in with some solid breakbeat. A nice heavy baseline rings underneath the track for the duration, giving it a solid big room groove, all while melodic patterns duck and weave throughout its length. It’s a quality late set track this, with enough substance to work some magic.
Distorted Reality on the flip has a little subtle acid feel to it which works well with the vocal that has a similar feel to it as Void’s classic production ‘Orcana’. Deep rumbling baselines churn along for the most part, making this another heave progressive number, while also bringing in a 90’s progressive touch. Twisted, Trippy and Mind distorting is the way with this production.
This is a pretty good release for Silver Planet, following an excellent outing by Turkish producer Yunus Guvenen under his Indigo Child alias. Based on this release, we can expect to hear more from Chris Salt in the not too distant future.