Whether he is Sample Jesus, MPC-Man or just Cuthead from the block, the Dresden based artist is here to help you discovering your body’s potentials. With his latest EP “Can’t You See” for Uncanny Valley he proves himself once again as a master in producing music that is both punchy and playful.
You might not know how it feels to be on the moon but it’s safe to say that “Lunar Lander” is an astral experience and a programmatic intro for the EP with heavy bass work and Trap Hi-Hats from space. “Can’t You See” and “Sweet” is Cuthead to the core. Warm samples are combined with hard-hitting drum work and bass lines to remember. The results are House inspired dance floor stompers which you won’t be able to resist. While “Kimono” and “Too Dark To See Tomorrow” shows off his Hip-Hop roots in typical head-nodding fashion, “Tranquility Base” is another kind of thing. Still based deeply in Hip-Hop, the track establishes a much gloomier feel with its meandering synths. Those of you that long for life-affirming House music will be very pleased with “Mount Platti”. And on “Schlagzeug fällt die Treppe runter” various sharp synths und percussions are having a party that is as infectious as it’s frisky.
released May 14, 2018
All tracks written & produced by Robert Arnold.
Mastered by Jacob Korn at Tailout Studio – tailout.de
Artwork by Robert Arnold.
Distributed worldwide by Clone Distribution: www.clonedistribution.com
It feels like a decades-old gem you'd find in a record shop, covered in dust. At the same time, it's crisp and fresh. This record has been made with real love for music from yesterday and a strong commitment to partying today. Catsley's Cornucopia // Lubey Lu