With more than just powerful synths accompanying the very first track of the album, Jus Like Music & Apple Juice Break take no time in properly introducing us to their more recent digital compilation. Released in 2010 Oscillations is a part 2 in series of exciting musical journey through some great hip-hop, electronica, neo-soul, and dubstep sounds.
The compilation is putting forward twenty one of the best, exclusive (or at least previously unreleased) tracks just for us. So let’s return the favor by turning up the volume.
As previously mentioned, the first track, Roll Upon You Like by XLII, is setting on to welcome us to the experience by showcasing it’s incredibly rich synths and vocal snippets adding that missing hip-hop element. But the incredible computer generated synths are only a mere beginning. So if you are on the lookout for more, be sure to check out the cut by Greymatter with the wonderful feel of the Caribbean weaved into the more modern electronic sounds, ambient influenced little treat by Elroy 4.0, and the beautifully integrated jazz instruments in the Negro-Orgen.
Probably one of the best features of this release is the fact that it introduces us to the whole new array of talented artists, some of which, I hope, will stay put as part of your permanent musical collection. But aside from being armed in some great sounding tracks, the download comes with a great little bonus in a form of a booklet full of info on the musicians and a little showcase of art by some really incredible visual artists.
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