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DoubtingThomas drops mesmerising new EP, “Clockwork”


DoubtingThomas
DoubtingThomas

Doubtingthomas drops a deep and techy release with stripped-back grooves via Canadian record label Suleiman.

 

Based in France, Doubtingthomas is known for his tracks and remixes on highly respected record labels ranging from Burnski's Constant Sound to Butane's Little Helpers, and he also runs his own imprint called The Promises.

 

Internationally respected as both a producer and DJ, Doubtingthomas has played sets at clubs and festivals in locations ranging from Washington in America to Berlin in Germany. His immersive style is a hypnotising blend of dynamic percussion and intricate synth lines.

 

"Stop for a Minute" opens the release with shuffling percussion and a bumping bassline that's rich with sub-bass. Dubby chords fill the track with lush tones and swelling synths that are reminiscent of an air raid siren that create dramatic tension.

 

"Clockwork" is a mesmerising track that orientates around a fluttering arpeggio line and techy percussion. Abrupt textures burst forth from the speaker to create striking atmospherics that contrast with the tranquil flow of the melody.

 

"Syncopation 1992" has gliding pads that create a tranquil atmosphere, which is cut by crisp percussion and haunting vocal textures that have soulful undertones. Delicate piano chords add jazz influence to this moody cut of soothing deep house.

 

Get a copy HERE.




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