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Sometimes the most superhuman thing we can do is acknowledge our mortality. 

All heroes know that there's a very good chance they can be defeated, and what comes next? Where do we go in the Afterlife? It's important that we make peace with this fact if we're to stay brave in the face of Danger; if we don't, we might find ourselves succumbing to the Great Unknown. 

Tchami's future house piledriver of a track asks this very question. Right from the opening swell, it's clear we're going on a spiritual journey, and boy what a journey it is. Guided by Stacy's creamy vocal, we're taken through a dreamy soundscape filled with moving pads and sonic curiosities, before melting into a drop that's understated yet incredibly powerful. 

I've had this track on my personal playlists ever since I heard it last year and it's never lost it's appeal to me. It's just an incredibly cohesive track; the vibe is one of uncertainty with an anxious undertone, and it fits the lyrical theme perfectly. Too often we hear lyrics that are so clearly removed from the tone of the music and it's not only lazy, it also ruins the immersiveness of the music. Tchami won't stand for it!

So galvanise your spirituality, make peace with your fate, and head toward Victory safe in the understanding of your Afterlife!

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About the curator - Matt Jenko

 Matt Jenko - Music to Curator

Matt Jenko is a university postgraduate and music producer with an unhealthy obsession with Rick & Morty and all things Game of Thrones. When he’s not in the studio (a rare occurrence these days), he’s fueling his passion for music either on the net or out in the real world. He likes being out in the nature (in the least strenuous capacity though, let’s be real here) and chilling with his cat, and he’s also pretty proud of his mammoth collection of books that he’s never read.

Checkout Matt's project Ellipsis on Spotify and Facebook

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