Valy Mo is one artist whose work continues to grow increasingly chilling, mixing bass with experimental sounds. This French producer originally shook EARMILK with his dark rework of Disclosure's "White Noise". Now Valy Mo's popularity has grown tremendously, receiving support from BBC Radio 1, Crookers, Etienne de Crecy, and remixing tracks for Crystal Castles, The Subs, and more. With big plans already in the making for 2014, Valy Mo intends to release a spur of new work before his debut live show in June. "Redemption" is Valy Mo's first serious release in 2014 and is sure to send waves of interest.
What starts soft and sensual with lovely female vocals is only a facade, smoke and mirrors to the real magic. The song builds up with suspense before a booming footwork composition completely takes over that wipes away any trace of the gentle start. You're left, once again, balancing back and forth between the soft and aggressive tones of the track. Yet, the final breakdown sparks shivers as the tempo is slowed, but the pressure is only lifted.
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