Aire Atlantica can now be considered a sort of staple to our sonic feeds, as each release ensures top notch quality and vibes. As we've followed the producer for the last few months, we've consumed both remixes and originals, all exhibiting an organic sound that encapsulates soul braided into idiosyncratic beats. The producer has also a highlighted a conceptual component to his work, zoning in on thematic tropes in his season inspired trilogy released from months of April till June. Inspired by a spectrum of sound from old school hip hop, future bass and chill trap, Aire Atlantica's art only continues to evolve.
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The artist has had the amazing opportunity to remix one of scene's coolest singer/songwriter K.Flay. Known for her smokey vocals, K. Flay's voice perfectly fuses with Aire Atlantica's chilled out sound productions. The remix of "Blood in the Cut" begins with a bellowing pluck, eventually welcoming the bitter narrative of K. Flay. The tactful percussion and serration of vocals inject an adequate amount of attitude to the work. Giving it a sophisticated future bass vibe, Aire Atlantica showcases his flexible ability to adapt to any vocalist.