Stereociti - Rain mp3 album
- Performer: Stereociti
- Title: Rain
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: AA AU MIDI DXD MP3 MP1 MP2
- Released: 2014
- Style: House, Deep House
- MP3 album: 1405 mb
- FLAC album: 1675 mb
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 276
Tokyo's deep master Stereociti is back on Mojuba, after his well received 12 Dialog he is returning with a new EP called Rain. Despite the name, the title track is an uplifting grooving house tune, that will draw the people to the floor and make them dance! The two tracks on the flip side will take you on a extended dark hypnotic trip into the realm of Stereociti's very own sound universe, enjoy the ride!
Stereociti - or the japanese master of perfectly understated dub house. Everything sits in it's right place, meticulously confident and at the same time patiently mellow. The atmosphere from the joyous and unexpected melodies together with the organic samples play on a subtle feeling of inner harmony, that is conjured below the quantized elements of Detroit vibes.
New Stereociti album, Lost Land, on the way for Mojuba. Ken Sumitani has also started his own audio cable business. The Japanese artist has produced the first album on Don Williams' label.
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A1. Rain 7:57 A2. Ahead 6:39 A3. Process Of Decay 7:05.
In stock now for same day shipping. Japanese producer Ken "Stereociti" Sumitani has been a regular contributor to Don Williams' Mojuba label since 2009. Rain, though, is his first single for the imprint since 2012, and his first outing of any sort for a year. Predictably he's in fine form, attempting to go deeper than many would think humanly possible. The title track - blessed with samples of raindrops falling on a window - is particularly delicious, with Sumitani layering soft electronics and alien melodies over a locked-in, Detroit-influenced deep house groove.