After the success of Irregular Artist Vol. 2, the Peruvian label Irregular Musik is proud to present their new compilation Irregular Artist Vol. 3; a release that brings together 06 cutting edge cuts from rising stars of the global electronic music scene.
Irregular Musik has been known for support and editing releases by unknown artists with a promising and innovative sound peculiar of Minimal and Deep Tech, and the Irregular Musik Vol. 3 release is a clear example of this.
The compiled begins with Can You Feel It by Resolv, an elegant deep tech cut led by a voice full of soul in its roots. It continues with Japanese from producer Bryan Carlos, a sublime and hypnotic cut, in which a processed Japanese vocalist transports us to another dimension. Halfway through the compilation we have Nami by German K, the EP’s main dish; a funky track with a vibrant bassline and vocals that unleash an unstoppable groove.
Then, the 4th cut is Tasmanian Roars by Adiel Mora, a progressive track with refined sounds, subtle melodies and exciting percs. It’s followed by Chez Klaus by Juzz, an enigmatic and experimental song of the EP, a journey of hypnotic sounds and melodies told via modern beats. Last but not least, we have the Destructism cut by Magnus Asberg, where he presents first hand panoramas and electro minimalist scenarios combined with a futuristic glitchy vocals.
From now on you can download the Irregular Artist Vol. 3 release from the Peruvian label Irregular Musik on Beatport, by clicking here.
Finally, at Valetronic we invite you to follow and support Irregular Musik’s social media, to be aware of upcoming releases and compilations. We also invite you to enjoy the reviews we did for Irregular Musik of the Irregular Artist Vol. 2 compilation and the Cala Comte EP by Anton Bykov.
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