Title: Sunshine Comes After Rain
Label: Berlin Bass Collective
Cat. #: BBC-003
Release Date: 6 Oct 2017
Formats: vinyl & digital
A1) “Sunshine Comes After Rain”
A2) “Bridget is Her Own Self”
B1) “Sunshine Comes After Rain (Kez YM Rework)”
B2) “Common Grounds”
From a young age, Ephemeral’s father exposed him to a variety of styles of music – most notably groups like Pink Floyd, Tangerine Dream, and Tubular Bells. These psychedelic, moody, deep, and sometimes raw sounds heavily influenced his tastes in music and can clearly be seen in his productions. As he grew older and discovered house and techno music, Ephemeral always went out of his way to dig for tracks with deeper sounds. Since he started playing regularly in clubs around the UK six years ago, his sets have always reflected his unique taste.
This release, his second, showcases his uniquely moody and emotional sound. Each track on Sunshine Comes After Rain is undeniably deep and dubby while also incorporating jazzy elements. At times, Ephemeral creates a truly raw and gritty sound through his heavy use of filters but the vibe of the tracks is never brought down and stays fluid and groovy. Kez YM, a house legend with releases on FACES Records, City Fly, 4lux, and Cocoon (among others) provided a classic house groove with a beautiful piano melody on his rework of Sunshine Comes After Rain on the B side.
About the Tracks:
A1) “Sunshine Comes After Rain” – Deep and moody sample-based classic deep house with jazzy elements. Mellow jazzy sampled based deep house track that will fit into most selectors’ bags. Extremely uplifting throughout with heavy use of filters to create movement and tension as the track progresses.
A2) “Bridget is Her Own Self” – Raw, sample-based jazzy elements with a gritty sound. Raw little groover to fit into many deep house sets made for the afterhours.
B1) “Sunshine Comes After Rain (Kez YM Rework)” – Classic Kez YM sound (classic house, heavy Rhodes, raw and deep). Kez YM doing what he does best – straight house groover that can be played anywhere, any time.
B2) “Common Grounds” – Spacey, moody, and melodic with heavy acid bass. Spacey groover with heavy sub and acid basslines that are fit for the dance floor at peak time, whilst also serving deep spacey pads to keep you dreaming.