Aerium pres. Avalon 62/ LJR - Eneabba / The last Satellite

Artist(s)
Aerium pres. Avalon 62
Release title
Eneabba
Label name
Borderline
Release date
Dec 31, 2023
Release type
Single

Sleepy Robot

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Jul 7, 2020
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Very nice Borderline release. Congrats!
Both tracks seem to offer more then the usual tracks on this label with The Last Satellite standing out the most in that regard. On first listen Eneabba is the easiest to enjoy but TLS grows more after multiple plays.
 
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Recharge

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Congrats on the Borderline release. Eneabba actually reminds of some Pulsar Recordings Balearic tunes.
 
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Satellite has an excellent foundation but misses progression into something more akin to a journey. Enaebaa has class synths, much prefer this one.
 
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Gagi
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And is that you too or another producer? I don't understand the / in the name. I get Avalon 62 = Aerium.
Yea that's him also, I believe we were also wondering in the thread and he confirmed it. You can also check the credits on Bandcamp, all tracks are credited to Leander Rispens.
 

TRANCEBLASTER

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well done mr @jetflag .. the compilation 'edit' didn't grab my attention, but hearing now the full original version makes me think on some (good) music from mr 'De Govia' or mr 'Sonorous' from 20 years ago ... sincerely I would love to hear more analogue sounding beat/kick from you, the rest is pretty alright .. its great to hear a new -full on 'Trance'- tune without the feeling that I have to go to the next room and check if the vacuum cleaner is still on
 

Bobby Summa

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Just got to say I love that sound, kinda gliding (or surfing 😉) pad. Becomes prominent, starting at .59 seconds. Loving the old almost rave style from the 90s ethnic vocal/vox. Decent stuff mate. Listened quite a few times now.
 
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sszecret

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Jul 19, 2020
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Must've derped out at some point in the last few days. I thought I had gotten this already, but I was thinking of Movement, not the separate release.

Remedied that right quick. Though I really like both, The Last Satellite would be my pick of the two. Great work @jetflag .