True-Blue (Radioactive Man Remix)
From Albert Road EP
Just out on Steel City Dance Discs, an Australian original record label that now works in London, IMOGEN sets the fire burning with her debut release on the imprint. Following from the critically acclaimed What? EP, this latest record samples her talents and demonstrates a realm of musicality. Delving into progressive and fresh sounding techno electronica, a dancing ethos brings a clash of invigorating beats and enchanting layered effects. IMOGEN is renowned for building tracks that push the limits of the sound system and, once running, give the lightshow a marathon of adventurous beats to capture. True-Blue from the new record is given the Radioactive Man treatment for this feature, leaving us with a six-and-a-half-minute escape into digital psychedelia. Already booked for a June residency at Steel City Dance, a set at Glastonbury, Portugal’s Neopop, and the Stone Techno Festival in Germany, it’s going to be a busy time for this quick-rising producer.
The remix opens with a deep and sumptuous synth tone, mirrored by wavery airs of higher clarity. A deep bounce of energy forms another layer of depth as a progression of melody unravels. Rhythms begin to churn in a distant space, leading the way for the onset of close-up drumming that invigorates a curdling sense of movement. Atmospheric depths resonate against digital murmurations of flowing sound. A swirling digital flow begins to take the centre sound, churning robotica mingles with the sensual rhythms to spur sensations of futurism and dystopia. Eerie motifs flow in ghostly horizons across the semblance of electronic rhythms in spacious and dreamy gusts. As the track moves from start to finish, several chapters of entwined sound merge together in progressive chants of emotional kinesis.
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