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Hi guys, hope you're well!
'Steven Rutter - Close Your Eyes And Breathe' on De:tuned is out Friday 02.07.21.
A1 O.L.F. ResPekt
A2 Rewind 273
Black vinyl Bleep: https://bit.ly/3nLAz5P Phonica: https://bit.ly/33ewVrD Red Eye: https://bit.ly/3eiogeg Norman: https://bit.ly/2PP9xht Juno: https://bit.ly/33d5IWa Horizons: https://bit.ly/3nTHgCT Deejay: https://bit.ly/3ehXq5R Decks: https://bit.ly/3b1LL9r HHV: https://bit.ly/2SfYoa7 Clone: https://bit.ly/2QL26bF Colored vinyl (Limited Edition) Bleep: https://bit.ly/3nLAz5P Phonica: https://bit.ly/3vU2Iuv Red Eye: https://bit.ly/3vHF8B2 Juno: https://bit.ly/3gZqy3F Horizons: https://bit.ly/3b1VmwP Deejay: https://bit.ly/2QL1pz5 Decks: https://bit.ly/3uot3Ak HHV: https://bit.ly/3xPo2TI Clone: https://bit.ly/3eiR2eF Digital: https://www.junodownload.com/products/steven-rutter-close-your-eyes-breathe/5040871-02/ ... Artwork (die-cut sleeve) by Kevin Foakes (Openmind). Thanks for the support!
was not expecting this - but this is awesome news! beltran is definitely one of my favourites - he has a had great run lately - and the last placid angles album was awesome.
really looking forward to this.
"When the first Placid Angels album dropped in 1997, Jon Beltran was already an established force within dance music’s then-emerging scene. He had a knack for both the melodic side as well as intricately designed rhythmic programming. A signature style that went for his early records in the 1990s as much as it does for this new installment of the Placid Angels series (set to drop via Figure this February).
The blissful synths, Aphex Twin-era IDM and loose percussive patterns take you right back to where it all began when genres didn’t mean anything and Beltran was just starting out to experiment with any sound that would elevate your consciousness.
The Michigan-born artist since has spanned a career of nearly four decades, remaining relevant all the while, by playing the music he found himself most drawn to express. By working with artists like Detroit veteran Carl Craig, labels such as R&S or more recently his LPs for Delsin or his joint work with Four Tet. Whether it be his more Techno-leaning or New Wave-inspired works, his takes on Ambient, or the more Latin-influenced productions - he has always stayed active and re-invented himself while painting his records with a clearly own palette that is full of beautiful melodies and a timeless sound-design.
The album Touch The Earth itself comes as diverse as the artist’s own legacy, ranging from skittish, colorful UKG to proper pulsing sub-basslines as it progresses deeper into intelligent drum programming and further into the melodic ventures of what’s at the core of Beltran’s work. Drawing to a close, ambient tones overweigh, as Beltran oozes the last drops of emotion from this LP, leaving the angels look down placidly."