Alphabets Heaven "Fornia"
Brighton-based producer Alphabets Heaven sent over "Fornia," a cut from his forthcoming Siamese Burn EP for Canadian outpost King Deluxe. The tune opens with some keyboard flourishes before diving into a grinding rhythm marked by deep synth chords, wavering oscillations, and a steadfast, mid-tempo beat. The addition of bloopy FX makes Alphabets Heaven's production sound fit for a night spent entrenched in retro video games, or maybe just a pixelated joy ride through space. Look out for the rest of the Siamese Burn EP when it drops on March 18.
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