The Budapest-based duo Diamond Haze are back with their latest EP Unstable Cloud Filter on Tapes Sublimating Records. Since July’s Words Can’t original and remix release, the band have been working on a selection of new tracks that demonstrate the full creative scope of the project. A series of four extended length tracks gives rise to over twenty minutes of fresh material and an experience to enjoy from start to finish. A fusion of house, broken beat, jazz, and dub reveals a cultured and multifaceted journey. The EP opens with Hello which is aptly our feature today.
A warming tone rushes in from the cold as airy synthesiser sounds hum a dreamy melody. A quick drum then folds in like sugar, adding a layer of energy to the otherworldly sounds. A gradual progression forms an increasing picture of clouds and sky as the vibrant tones merge with sunny twinkling pitches. A break leans in to let loose a bass section that adds fuel to the already upbeat rhythm. Deep and bouncy tones throb in time to the kick beat as cymbals and snare rattle on branching projections. A sense of the psybient brings out shimmering sensations and mysterious meanderings as the evocative music tells the story.
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