Deco "At Most Sphere"
Through his own Deceast label, LA-based producer Deco just released his debut full-length Timescales. The album marks a point where Deco attempts to gather up and churn out material inspired by the sounds he discovered while working as a music director and DJ for an Atlanta radio station. Featured here, the sustained pad swell and reverberating bells of album cut "At Most Sphere" shows off some of that eclecticism. The track pushes and pulls as Deco subtly drops in references to the likes of the Brainfeeder camp and forward-thinking, UK-centric bass music. The artist allows his bass throbs to control the narrative of "At Most Sphere," reigning in his the sub frequencies whenever the production's other elements need more breathing room.
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