Fresh off one of the more forward thinking labels around Nowadays Records, Clement Bazin is a Parisian producer who cultivates an inventive sound in his quirky beats. The artist strings along a diverse sonic synthesis. Clement Bazin's sound is special and falls somewhere in between future funk, the warmth in early 90's R&B and the mystique of vapour wave. Cultivating the soundtrack to sentimental hopeless romantics who can't resist a groove, it's undeniable his sound has a huge appeal. For fans of future beat styles like FKJ and Kaytranada, Clement Bazin definitely fits the mold of that warm and delectable sound. Most recently, the producer had unveiled Return To Forever, his first EP via Nowadays in June. In just a few months, the material was well received stacking over 3.4 million streams altogether.
Fast forward half a year later and Clement Bazin is back with a raw release to excite those striving to find that feel good, retroesque sound. Premiering with us at EARMILK today, Clement Bazin drops his first release off his upcoming EP, Us (out March 10th) with a single titled "Distant". The track features sugary vocals from American songstress Lia, crafting a wispy work that melds pop vocals with inventive vocal serration. Shimmering synths and a pumping sidechain create a fluid flow within the funky work. As the sonic layers build up within, Clement Bazin's talent shines through in a thoughtful piece to garner hype for his upcoming EP. Sentimental and aurally provoking, Clement Bazin steps away from the cookie cutter future sound to create something truly unique.