Divine Interface "Color Ways"
Here, we have another deep, washed-out house tune from the forthcoming Color Ways EP by Atlanta producer Divine Interface. The title track from that release shares a few similarities with the previously heard "Folklore": treated vocal samples inject the music with a soulful nostalgia, reverb-soaked percussion adds a particular kind of depth to the rhythms, and the sparse use of melody provides a sort of detached and off-handed vibe that is particularly fresh for this kind of music. "Color Ways" sparkles in a way that reminds of some of Teengirl Fantasy's work from the lovely 7AM LP, but with a dash of bump and swagger thrown in to freshen things up. You can hear the rest of Divine Interface's unique take on house when his Color Ways EP drops on June 13.
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