Los Angeles's cameragrammar has gifted us with one of the most ethereal of tracks . The cut is called "Up Here", but why do I feel like it should be called, "Down There"? Right, because it is literally dripping wet.
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The mastermind is known for his majestic productions; often mixing airy female vocals with a heavy bass, consistent snaps, looped vocals and smooth drops. This track is no different, he told us,
"I wanted to find a sound in nature that would blend well with a Rhodes piano, and was able to find some water droplet noises to use in a rhythmic way."
cameragrammar really put his all into making this track, digging around on this computer though his archive of vocal samples to find two vocals that would harmonize together. Not only that, but harmonize in a coherent and catchy rhythm, then starting again from scratch with the other synths to perfect this sound.