London producer and multi-instrumentalist Beringei returns with his first single off his sophomore EP Clarity.
Beringei is a Spanish-born, London-based artist whose craft is shaped by the realm of UK IDM and broken beat, with a sprinkle of neo-soul thrown in the mix. “Adore Ya” is a testament to the artist's style and a demonstration of prowess in song conception.
Beringei is lively with his beats- like most producers, he draws from a passion for DJ’ing, as demonstrated from his time performing with other artists at The Docks Studios.
Since then, he has produced tracks for a number of friends and released his debut EP The People, The Place- a project that displayed vibrant UK house energy, along with some great vocal performances from colleagues. “Adore Ya” is an excellent page out of the next chapter in his creative career. It's a bouncy love letter-turned-tune with a multi-layered instrumental and a leading vocal that results in a groove that exudes love in every facet.
The accompanying vocals provided by Kristian Hamilton perfectly suit the laid-back, yet passionate beat with minimalistic lyrics and strong vocal performance on the chorus that grows into a real earworm.
There are a lot of elements to the instrumental that stick out and some that are easy to miss. The incorporation of the 808s with the claps is very reminiscent of the house scene of the UK, but Beringei throws in jazz-style drums periodically to keep the beat from getting repetitive. The drums are enough to hold up the song, but there’s a synth chord layered so perfectly that it plays in tandem with the drums, creating a neo-soul-driven, ethereal sound.
Overall, the instrumental to “Adore Ya” is something to fawn over and will have you listening on repeat from the first listen.