The Anomaly Sphere music collective is in full effect as Evan Miles and Rikshaw are in full effect as they drop their highly anticipated new collaboration "Late Night." Miles has been a huge part of the collective's success as one of the primary founders of the group. Recently, Evan has stepped out to become one of the primary artists in the collective with previous releases like "Let Loose" and his collaboration with Newfoundland in"Hour Glass." These have caused a cult following for the producer and this momentum is continued on "Late Night."
"Late Night" sees the return of Mile's atmospheric and ambient signature sound. The attention to detail in the low end is true craftsmanship in its purest form. The use of foley SFX in the drum patterns is unique and interesting and maintains the listener's attention throughout. The song feels extremely airy and this is complimented perfectly by Rikshaw's performance. The thinly veiled synths and pads makes the track feel layered and if you add in the extremely bouncing rhythm section, the results are infectious.
Rikshaw sees himself in a whole new pocket on "Late Night". It's a more subtle, subdued approach but melodically its as inch-perfect as he ever is. The introspective view of someone who is feeling alone and stuck are relatable to any listener and add a deep layer of melancholy to the overall vibe of the track.
Evan Miles is becoming one of the foremost names in terms of production in the Irish scene currently. As a member and founder of Anomaly, Evan is well on his way to becoming a huge part of the Irish music scene as it continues to evolve.