Something I found to be quite alluring about Beat Sampras' "Stop and Go", was the interesting the manner of the vocal delivery.

Dylan Fine's voice (vocalist) demands attention by virtue of it's deep and authoritative cadence, yet it manages to be so gentle and dreamy simultaneously...

This juxtaposition is part of the reason the overall sound of Beat Sampras is distinctive. The meticulousness when it comes to the production also can't escape mention. With a closer listen, you'll hear an airy pad whirling from right to left to create a bit of ambiance over those guitars and 808's. If you're a fan of the works of Jordan Rakei, you'll love this!

posted by Lu
October 2019