DJ Emerson and his own Berlin based label has been dealing with quality outputs since 2005, featuring many of the biggest artists out there. It’s to no surprise that a decade later Micro.fon is still pushing forward thinking sounds by new and established artists.
With the release of his first studio album Repetitive Music just around the corner, he experiments with genres having a broad body of work on show, completing the package with some tracks previously released on the likes of Chris Liebing’s CLR and Ricardo Garduno’s Illegal Alien Records.
For this DT:Premiere we selected “Nola” for it’s dubby and melodic feel. Warm and swirling basslines flow through the bottom end like waves. Delicate touches from additional layers and distorted textures make this a hypnotic trip with a melancholic sound that is masterfully arranged, showing a different side to the prolific artist.
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