Chris Milnes, better known as Winemaker, hails from Leeds, UK, and has established himself as a musician who draws inspiration from found sounds and organic sources, while infusing them with electronica influences within the realms of uk house and garage. In his track, "Month of May," - part of his newest Cold Water EP, Winemaker delivers a dark and captivating uk garage/bass track that seamlessly integrates natural organic samples and sounds into a dancefloor-ready composition.
"Month of May" is a sonic journey that showcases Winemaker's unique approach to music production, utilizing a mixture of noise generators, found sound samples, and an out-of-tune piano. The track is rooted in the dark tones of UK Bass/Garage, but its true essence lies in the amalgamation of natural organic elements. This fusion creates an intriguing juxtaposition that allows the song to transcend traditional genre boundaries.
From its opening moments, "Month of May" immerses the listener in a distinct atmosphere. The utilization of found sound samples adds an air of authenticity and rawness to the composition, evoking a sense of connection with nature. The organic elements are skillfully integrated, creating a textured backdrop that is both intriguing and captivating.
I am highly recommending the whole album as well. Enjoy it below.