Noah Skelton ‎– Daytime Hovering (Inc. Kamran Sadeghi Rmx)

Mayak ‎– MAYAK010.1
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM



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June 21, 2018
A side and title track 'Daytime Hovering' immediately captivates with its blissful fluidity. Set into motion with the steady throb of sculpted kick and snare, a haze of warm pads rises from beneath, sweeping across the audible spectrum in everlasting arcs. The buzzing of intermittent synth stabs cosy alongside a subdued bass line motif that bubbles away as soft piano notes wander over top. Nothing is forced here, as all elements breathe a steady rhythm. It's an almost emotionally reflective piece of music that heals the spirit in ways you can't begin to explain.

On to the flip side we find a singular remix cut by New York's own Kamran Sadeghi. Here he flips 'Daytime Hovering' into a rhythmically layered after hours groove, whilst still retaining that emotive character of the original. Shimmering synth lines and deep tonal bleeps flitter over syncopated drum programming, adding a progressively energetic tip to the track. You can still hear the faint chime of those piano notes, sounding out solemnly amidst beautifully echoed pad work and resounding low end bass stabs. As a whole a release that will come to be cherished by collectors and dancefloor recipients alike.