One of the most accomplished musicians / producers i’ve heard for a long time, Liquithority from Manchester, UK, writing predominantly house music, brings us The Funk with this blindingly catchy track. Setting his tone from the beginning this track has all the elements that you recognise but with the unique Liquithority flair and style that adds a level of detail to all of his productions.
The drum production is on point and the use of the crowd to serve as part of the beat but also to give the track its own ambience is amazing. The bass progressively develops throughout the track giving us a taste of the other influences within the Liquithority arsenal.
Tiamat gives us our first listen to Sant Bellante on Compatible Music, collaborating with Sebastian Markiewicz and I have to say that I was immediately drawn in to the spacious percussive, sci fi inspired introduction that really grabbed the attention ready for the journey that is about to begin.
It really put a smile on my face and you are compelled to nudge up the volume as the development into a progressive track, pushing through many influential styles, keeps giving to the listener. I really enjoy listening to music that has been crafted from different influences and the groove throughout with the rolling conga is a perfect stylistic choice that reveals other ideas in the track.
The vibe of this track is really cool, weaving together elements of house and techno styles mixed with well chosen percussion and development throughout. The detail in the production is really nice to hear and this keeps the listener interested and hooked to the track.