One Year of Spontaneous Rhythm
Our dear friends at Spontaneous Rhythm are celebrating their first anniversary with a beautiful compilation album. It contains seven tracks, all seven made by the finest talents out there. Not genre restricted at all, constantly in search of their own borders and reinventing themselves, Spontaneous Rhythm delivers quality with every release. Frank picked his 3 favourite tracks, not in a particular order they’re listed beneath:
1. Faisal - Sopha
Faisal is one of those young artists that doesn’t care about genres. He did remixes for Kissy Sell Out and Shameboy, reworked Breakbots ‘Penelope Pitstop' and recently released an EP on MSMD Records called 'Haircut’, make sure you cop that! For this compilation, he produced a track containing Julio Bashmore synths, rap vocals and techy drums. And as always, he keeps his funk alive.
2. Cutoff! Cutoff! - S&H
Cutoff! Cutoff! delivers a track I barely have words for to describe. It’s all about the atmosphere he creates by blending a sauthering synth together with exquisite drums.
3. Diamond Messages - Untitled
The fact that this track hasen’t got a name, is a good thing. No drums, no synths, no vocals, no title. Just a piano. And Diamond Messages on it. That’s all you need for a track fallen from heaven.
Download the album here: http://store.spontaneousrhythm.com/album/one-year. The first 200 copies are FREE, the others are availible for the ridiculously cheap price of £5. It will be worth every penny.