2014-09-23T16:47:56-04:00 2014-09-24T22:08:37-04:00

su na proves 2 tracks are better than 1 with "Meridian" and "Futurepast" [Premiere]

I must say, the recent influx of submissions has caused me to take a quick step back, and systemize this giant inbox massacre. It sounds like a mess, but it's one of those issues you can't help grinning at as you manage the solution. From here on out, my output is extra quality just to keep this wonderful family of music in tip top shape as the ride gets crazier. What better to start with than an exclusive 2 track premiere from Minneapolis producer su na.

The two track release features a collective motive for chill trap, first emphasizing su's vocal production in "Meridian". It's a relatively optimistic track, with great synth work building up slowly to a simple yet enjoyable kick and snare combination. The second track on the feature is called "Futurepast", and is a much darker song, despite it's self-explanatory progressive nature. I only dub this one dark because it's rather rare to find a track like this that isn't entirely devoted to a disco arrangement, and this one is more of an attitude approach than anything. I love it, bravo su na.

The two track project is out today via SYZYGYtake a good listen and enjoy the all around elevated goodness of music.

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su na

"Meridian" & "Futurepast"

  • September 23




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