British label Singular UK presents the new release Yin Yang EP by the duo Origins Of Time, featuring remixes by Baasmal, Seraphim, Techu and Dkatt.
In recent months, the Singular UK label has gradually maneuvered in the realms of minimal. In his most recent release Yin Yang, he brings together 2 original tracks from Origins Of Time, plus top remixes by Baasmal, Seraphim, Techu and Dkatt.
Fascinated by electronic music, and more specifically by Minimal music, the duo Origins Of TIme has a telepathic understanding of the supernatural. Both behind the decks and in production, which has attracted the attention of renowned producers and labels. On the new Yin Yang EP from Singular UK, the duo prints 2 original cuts that illustrate a small part of their great talent.
The EP starts with the original cut Yin. In this production, the duo delivers a fresh, cheerful and avant-garde cut, loaded with small acid textures and edgy soundscapes. In the 2nd cut Yang, Origins Of Time keep the same minimalist line, but with a more hypnotic and dark approach. Two tracks that reflect light and darkness, yin and yang.
It’s followed by Baasmal and Seraphim‘s elegant remix of the track Yin. Avant-garde, slow-burning cut, full of sci-fi elements and modern panoramas, perfect for those first few hours of dancing. To close the EP, we have the remix of the cut Yang by the Romanian Techu and the label owner Dkaat. Eclectic production, full of rominimal influences, relaxing textures and spacey pads, resulting in a select groove for the dancefloor.
Release Date: 12/17/2021 | Platform: Beatport
In short, Singular UK presents an EP that brings together 04 minimalist gems that experiment with modern and spatial sounds, representing the 2 sides of Yin Yang. A reference that brings together 5 recognized names of the global electronic scene. Finally at Valetronic, we recommend you to visit and support the networks of the artists behind the EP.
Origins Of Time: Fb / Ig / Sc
Baasmal: Fb / Ig / Sc
Seraphim: Fb / Ig / Sc
Techu: Fb / Ig / Sc
Dkatt: Fb / Ig / Sc
Credits: singular uk