Expanding the expression of his broad-footed sound, Low End Theory alumnus ELOS shows a more complex, experimental side in his first full-length release Scenes of Life / Electricity.
Capturing an array of chaotic movement and graveling doom, Scenes of Life / Electricity is a perfect clutter of head-knockers and neck-breakers. Every track unrolls like a short film, a digital fishing pond left gently unsettled with each shuffled click. A charmed snake slithers between the undulating beats of "Werdz," while the steady hip hop of "Bloodstain Burial (feat. Zackey Force Funk)" takes a dark turn towards the funk. ELOS catches a case of the swirls with "Door" and dabbles in the deep end during "Chao."
With heavy basslines lurking underneath haunting melodies and playfully animated beats, Scenes of Life / Electricity creates a thick and heady haze with just enough space to breathe.
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