The UK producer’s second album "All That Must Be" sounds more ready for the club but features the same neon, wistful, song-centric style as his debut. He had gone from club-centric labels to an imprint of Domino, a fixture of the indie establishment. He’d softened his sound and traded breakdowns and build-ups for more songlike arrangements. He even admitted to Resident Advisor that he was tired of club culture and the DJ life.
This week's track is the perfect representation of this new step, the song "Two Moons Under" is slotted comfortably into a long tradition of dance music made for home stereos, borrowing bits from Moderat, Jon Hopkins, Four Tet, and innumerable other artists whose reach stretches from the club to the sofa and back.
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About The Curator - Gabriele Centelli
I'm a musician, songwriter and a music producer from Italy. I'm a music lover and a real discoverer of new talents. I love create playlists for each moment of my everyday life. I did lots of mixtapes and playlists when I was a teenager, even before the digital and streaming era. Now it’s time to spread my love and passion around to make know the power and the truly therapeutic message of music.
My music project is called Platonick Dive, Check it out: