_Far From The Edge: Episode 02

MAKE UNDERGROUND MAINSTREAM AGAIN

UNDERGROUND DOESN’T HAVE TO BE EDGY, AND YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE EITHER TO LIKE IT.

TRACK 1:

American-Japanese producer DJ Gomi incorporates upbeat piano riffs with smooth saxophone solos to create a very jazzy piece.

  1. ArtistDJ Gomi & Antonio Hart
  2. Track: Piano Groove (original mix)
  3. Genre: Tech House

TRACK 3:

A futuristic yet minimal sound where Dayne S’s provides his own haunting vocals to strengthen the theme of isolation.

  1. ArtistDayne S
  2. Track: Blind (original mix)
  3. Genre: Deep House

TRACK 5:

German-based Grunjah shows off a truly gritty techno track, with synth breaks and all.

  1. Artist: Grunjah
  2. Track: Splinters
  3. Genre: Techno

TRACK 2:

Purple Disco Machine’s funky bass guitar kicks compliment Anabel Englund’s soft toned lyrics.l.

  1. ArtistAnabel Englund
  2. Track: London Headache (Purple Disco Machine Remix)
  3. Genre: Nu-Disco

TRACK 4:

The swing music brings a 1920s vibe to the noisy buzz of Stepcat’s style, especially around the 3:32min mark when both styles engage together in full power, resulting in something beautiful.

  1. ArtistStepcat
  2. Track: Bootleg Brass
  3. Genre: Glitch Hop

TRACK 6:

A highly dramatic track, use of brass key to giving off a more aggressive vibe.

  1. ArtistSudanim
  2. Track: Seydou
  3. Genre: Electronic

This column aims to give a more accessible path into underground even if you’re completely unfamiliar with it.

TRUST ME, YOU’RE NOT ALONE


DARIUS GhADIALI - UNDERGROUND COLUMNIST