I first noticed INZO enter a sizzling warehouse in Los Angeles earlier this 12 months. I had missed the start of his set, however his transitions and choices have been so fluid and fluid that it hardly took me a tune for me to fall into the groove and make it to his sound. This similar philosophy is mirrored in his first EP Multiverse, launched at this time on WAKAAN from Liquid Stranger.
The 5-track multiverse is an excellent mixture of funk and bass, which comes and goes between the 2 complementary kinds with ease and panache. This isn’t extra apparent than on "Spectrum".
All of it begins with a fantastic orchestral association, one thing that comes immediately from the interludes of M83, a dream soundscape with the singing of birds, a light-weight breeze, possibly wind chimes … the rising bass carries an amazing awakening. The primary drop is a mirrored image of the melody, extra highly effective and percussive. Nevertheless, one thing nonetheless appears to be hiding behind. Certainly, darkness is approaching quickly. The drums start to hit more durable. The bass oscillates. Extra textured synths enter the fray. A cry warns of threatening chaos as thundering bass takes the place of extra delicate melodies.
It's not all of the items of this EP that appear like this, and "Spectrum" is truthfully not even my favourite of the discharge (which works to "Y"), however in my view, it provides a extra correct image INZO's expertise as being not solely a producer, however a storyteller.
In the long run, it’s a brilliantly written, produced and composed EP. Even with simply 5 tracks, you have got an outstanding thought of who INZO is and what it stands for. Multiverse is now obtainable through WAKAAN – pay attention beneath.