Incredibly relaxing trip into electronica. I like Imprenta p2 where angelic instrumentation is lightly contrasted with rougher distorted sounds, very clever synthesis of audio. They grow with each release. Dig In
Favorite track: Imprenta (Part 2).
The French duo take their inspiration from their travels and take the names of their tracks from the towns they have visited. And so they came up with the title Places, a coming together of six destinations, six atmospheres: from the Italian village of Marta to call Imprenta in Granada.
Keeping in tune with their first EP Distances, Il:lo’s sound is a blend of acoustic and synthetic melodies. Difficult to categorise, it could well be perceived as heavy as it is light, with its sombre bass lines as well as floaty brass tones.
On this EP, Il:lo worked with the talented Brain Blake on the track Reine and featured Gregoire Pitt’s trumpet skills in conversation with Dejan Dejado’s accordion in Marta.
I love these beats. This album in particular has very good energy that I can rest to at the end of the day or liven up with any time of the day. Really organic sound that is beautiful, which is something I didn't think I'd be saying about beat music. Indigo bob