PREVIEW: ELEVEN.FIVE – GREEN & PURPLE EP REVIEWED


Release Date: TBA
Reviewed by: Rachel Rixham

eleven point five returns bringing us a brand new FOUR tracker. These tracks are a bit different, but each have eleven.five’s signature sound.

I have said it once and I will say it again…there has never been a release from eleven.five that I haven’t thoroughly enjoyed. His generous style, attention to detail and compassion for everything he produces can be easily heard throughout every single release, and to be quite honest, when an eleven.five promo flashes up in my mailbox, I literally jump for joy. This latest EP ‘Green & Purple’ has effortlessly satisfied my expectations and given so much more!

Hidden Agenda starts the ep off with a superb bass-line; Green and Purple’s Melody is very sweet along with the bass following underneath it; September In Tuscon gives us a reason to love shuffle rhythms in our progressive tunes, and Lowercase Letters is simple but…effective!

Overall: You can expect an infestation of electronic atmosphere, and oscillating bass-lines, which become softened by a school of refreshing tones and gentle swooshes, timelessly cradling a melodious sound-scape within it’s core. Intentionally, each track cleanses your mind, whilst invigorating your senses – Actually, It’s a bit like a good bubble bath with candles.

But don’t take my word for it, check out the preview below.

Tracks (As ordered in the preview)
eleven.five – September In Tuscon (Original Mix)
eleven.five – Hidden Agenda (Original Mix)
eleven.five – Lowercase Letters (Original Mix)
eleven.five – Green and Purple (Original Mix)

Links of Interest
http://www.facebook.com/elevenpointfive
http://www.myspace.com/elevenpointfive

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