Dinamo is just that – dynamic. Broken beats, howling swirls, and a bleepy melody is all it takes. Such a simple skeleton, you would think that it wouldn’t be entertaining or danceable, but it is. As Nathan keeps things at a minimal, he focuses on the main sounds, making sure all the edges are tight and crisp. Sublime melody keys climbing and the bass kick nodding; the track builds only to an elevation of sea level, just barely reaching towards a higher plain of consciousness.
Undo the Laces takes a slightly different route as it goes a bit on video game synths and marching drums. High hats pushing track along nicely, it begins to pace itself into glitzy Techno cut. Not big in the “Techno” sense, the track sounds more peaceful, but still wobbly with that rerub going off in the backdrop.
Coheed, the final piece has vocals. Nathan’s perhaps? A first for Nathan as he adds a new dimension to his music; maybe his album will not be entirely an instrumental after all. Glitchy whirlwind stabs create a reflective tone that’s dreamy.
How do you describe Nathan’s sound really? I’d try, but I wouldn’t want to lose you with my mumblings. The new offering from Nathan is stunning! Whatever he eats for breakfast, I sure want a piece of it.