It was only a few weeks ago that we offered the warped and sinewy "Blacklight" from Victoria producer okpk, so its fitting that we've now been treated to a similarly immersive track from his Low Indigo labelmate Kline. The sluggish tempo of "Heartless," taken from the Vancouver producer's Mirror EP, highlights the low-end girth of the tune's submerged synth pads and heartbeat-like pulse, and draws the listener in close. And once our interest is piqued, Kline goes for broke, introducing a sweeping white noise transition and a squealing, resonant synthline that brings the tension of "Heartless" to soaring heights.
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