Last week I introduced to you what could easily be this summer's most repeated track on my open air playlists - George FitzGerald's remix of "Lines" by UK artist Lil Silva.
Now it's time to go back to the roots of that track and chase the original feeling which the UK producer was chasing. I must say that the track's intro is one of the most captivating things I've heard in forever. The other day I was doing my groceries and this kicked in just a few seconds before I was about to pay. Weirdly, the whole vibe of the boring supermarket situation became this awesome slow-motion HD video and I got so much into the sounds, I began to move super slow. As ridiculous as it may sounds, this seriously happened.
It took me a while before I realized people were throwing some awkward looks at me.
If a song can affect you so much, then that's what real must must feel like.
After the intro, prepare yourself for some dynamic and very experimentally trippy blend of electronics and a bit of idk... grimey UK sound or smth like that. Either way, the whole song progression is amazing.
"Lines" will be part of Silva's upcoming EP Journey Through My Imagination. Stay tuned.