Larkin & The Sky "Polygon (Empty Mix)"
Opening with a wash of cloudy texture, distant percussion, and detuned vocals, the latest offering from Larkin & The Sky is quite a dark affair. Despite the somewhat innocent start, "Polygon (Empty Mix)" makes a gloomy run for the dancefloor early on, and maintains a similarly eerie persona throughout its seven minutes. The sub-infused track remains fresh thanks to the London producer frequently changing the pitch and rhythm of the drum kit, making for the ideal closer of a late-night DJ set. The rest of the Polyrhythmic Series #1 compilation will be released on July 12 as the first record issued by Munich/London-based label SVS.
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