Tunnelvisions returns to Atomnation with their first original outing of this year. The project, spearheaded by Raynor de Groot and Emiel van den Dungen, has been effectively joining dots between contemporary tribal rhythms, percussive elements and analog synth work, infused with a hefty dose of dance floor ability.
On this new two tracker, the Dutch duo noticeably extend their repertoire with divergent material. Title track 'Tucan', takes off with percussive rhythms, before shimmering pads and its heartfelt and soaring main synth arrangement urges euphoria. Things intensify rapidly on 'Rain Dance', as a pounding off-beat grid levitates under two sharply resonating synth lines.
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Few tracks get the party going like First Casualty. A staple in so many sets since way before its release, it gives great joy and euphoria, while being bold and dynamic. This record proved to be the start of something special for Nathan Micay. Props for the 24-bit quality and hats off to Whities for another gem. Edward