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Prog Electronica

Stefan – The Surface (Radio Edit): Obscurely Progressive Electronica

The feat of aural insanity which breaking Alt Electronica artist Stefan offers through their standout track “The Surface” is not to be missed. Especially for fans of darkly obscure progressive Electronica.

What starts off as a laid-back Instrumental EDM Hip Hop soundscape seamlessly morphs into a high-octane Trance hit complete with plenty of pulsating energy.

I’ve listened to my fair share of experimental electronica. And it’s safe to say that Stefan is offering peerlessly distinctive mixes. Their devilish ability to hook you into a mix which will never allow you to guess what’s coming is all too refreshing. And it’s all the more reason to place The Surface on your playlists so you can give it the repeat attention it will demand once you’ve heard it.

You can check out the radio edit of Stefan’s latest track for yourselves by heading over to YouTube.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Trandcention – The Moment: Cinematically Indulgent Prog Electro Fusion

Boston-based Prog Electronic Fusion artist Trandcention will release their much-anticipated album “Lotus Symphony” on September 13th 2019 offering some of the most technical, sonic, Funk-layered catharsis you’ll have heard in a while.

Each of the tracks on their album is set to immerse you in a constantly evolving mix of arrestive electronica infused Alt Rock, but undoubtedly the best introduction to their sound is the instrumental single “The Moment”.

The Moment may incorporate many facets of hypnotic finely carved rhythm, yet, each new progression serves the purpose of inducing you further into the transcendental sonorous layers. From searing riffs to hazy vintage Jazz, The Moment contains it all, and then some.

You’ll be able to check out The Moment for yourselves from September 13th via SoundCloud, where you’ll also find the cinematically orchestrated back catalogue from Trandcention.

Review by Amelia Vandergast