Originally a progressive house focused duo, Eminence has evolved their monstrous sound over time and have experimented with varying genres. This eclectic nature to to their music is what makes the Vancouver-based duo stand out in their craft. Their latest – Hollow Mind EP – released via Monstercat is a definite showcase of Eminence's talents, depicting bright sounds and teaming up with upcoming vocalists to curate a poignant and rich sound. Kyoto Black formerly known as The End is a newer artist on our radar, who seems to bring future bass to the next level with his intricate sound selections in feathery atmospheres. The producer has connected with Delaney Kai before, in tracks like "Falling" and more recently "Far Again".
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This time around Eminence, Kyoto Black and Delaney Kai have come together on a track "Without You", from which 100% of all profits will go to Charity Water, an organization which supplies clean water to developing countries. Every stream and purchase of "Without You" will aid those lacking access to clean water. The track is a heavenly work with Delaney Kai's light and youthful vocals. Minimal but elegant production aid in a feathery feel to the song, uplifting listeners in all the right ways. A temporary escape from the busyness of the world and all for a good cause, "Without You" is definitely worth checking out.