Anything that comes off of Record Record always seems to break all the boundaries of electronic music. The label is constantly pushing forward innovation in their bizarre takes on varying genres from house, future bass and more. The home of Point Point, Arataan, Nomak and more, the Parisian imprint perceives electronic music with no limitations, embracing a creative malleability in their sound.
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Artist Devoted to God, makes a mix of ambient tracks infused with house and future bass influence. His work is beautifully cinematic and holds some permanence with it's timeless qualities. There is a very humanistic quality in his sound, with the fusion of man-made and organic sounds bringing him forward as a fresh artist (check out the track "Faux""). His latest unveiling is the work "Letting Time Go", a jarring concept that takes strange synths and builds them into an ethereal soundscape. Lazers pulsate throughout and the track grows fuller as it hits the deep cadence. The drop hits full blast in dense emotions and sullen feelings, enveloping listeners in a transience through it's spell-binding ways.