Obia Records third instalment has arrived with “sonic movements EP”. This ritual is guided by Caribbean producer Trinidadian Deep who delves deep into the spirit of the cosmos with a highly percussive and spacious chords filled EP.
The main track “sonic movements” quickly evolves from rhythm filled percussion to beautiful pads and infectious piano solos. Accompanied by exceptional synth work this track captures the listener attention from start to finish.
On the B-side you will find “sounds and movement” a more stripped down four to the floor big room cut with a vocal shot on top that sends the dancer a float. Short melodic chords are the backbone of this production. Enhanced by a well-balanced percussion placement and synth layering “sounds and movement” taps into the sunset spirit.
“Slow ya thing” as the names states turns the tempo down and makes this record a steady choice for the versatile DJ or music listener. The track drags through multiple emotions and feelings by means of great pads and laidback drums. Piano chords that open the soul remain throughout the entire track.
Back to the A-side Wendel Sield provides a remix to the main cut of the EP. His “Obi rework” functions as a standalone track that minimalistically mimics sections of the main cut creating a deeper vibe. A dirty and playful synth line hypnotizes the listener towards the point of no return.