Sharam Jey and Night Talk collaborate on “So Down!” — a forthcoming release for the Bunny Tiger compilation, titled “Selection Vol. 1.” As seen with past Sharam Jey releases, the tracks cross a poppy, nu-disco vibe with organic house undertones. It’s far too often that artists pump out generic drivel, comprised of artificial synths and repetitive builds and drops. As seen in this preview, there is more to electronic music; sometimes getting lost in the perfect sequence of chords and keys is the proper way to enjoy this music. Release date for the compilation is set for December 10th.
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