∆ ∆ "Skinny Dipping"
- Words: Rebecca Bratburd
In conjunction with his Fourth Wave-released Skyway EP, Greek producer Dimitris Dimas (a.k.a ∆ ∆, pronounced "Delta Delta") has let go of one-off song "Skinny Dipping." The tune seems intentionally unpolished, as the producer's use of raw drum samples sounds like he's just testing the audio out instead of using them to add any real structure to the song. Nonetheless, the delicate melodies and shimmering, intricate chimes help make "Skinny Dipping" as groovy as it is mysterious.
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