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Addictedtoedm / Arienne Milano

If you confirmed any our different writers this observe after which advised them that I used to be the one who wrote it up, they’d most likely all say the identical factor, “Wait, Matt did that??” And that’s truthful, my tastes usually lean towards heavier bass, however after a pair listens, “Falling In Love” by Klahr simply… clicked.

When the track was delivered to my consideration, the identify Axtone was dropped a quantity occasions. This created a preconception in my thoughts that I used to be imagined to be listening to some kind foremost stage progressive home quantity. Color me underwhelmed once I hit play and heard this. But one thing advised me to provide it one other shot and hear with an open thoughts. And I’m glad I did.

What I discovered the second time wasn’t a scarcity something, however the presence a lot extra. Listening to it purely as a track looks like such a easy idea, however so ten, we hearken to music with preconceptions that paint our interpretations the artwork we eat. Now that I wasn’t ready for the four-on-the-floor beat and tremendous noticed synths, I used to be capable of decide up on the delicately swirling melody, the bass guitar notes, every hit the hi-hat, and the journey behind the music.

It’s not one thing I foresee myself craving to hearken to on a random night time, however proper now on this second, I’m loving it. Listen to “Falling In Love” beneath.

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