This morning, we’re back and on fire! Our guest is parisian producer, Monomotion. His last EP Behind the moon is pure magic. One year after its release, it’s always a delight to dive into its organic songs. There’s a force in it that surround your heart and soul to give you power. We tried to live up to this in today’s episode.
Stormzy - Shut Up
Monomotion: “Stormzy is one of the uprising UK Mc i’ve been following since a while now, and I really love how the panflute sounds and the colours of the synths in it. He has his own rapping style that I like!“
Edyth - Agua Verde
Monomotion: “I love the samples of this track, how it’s used, and how the song evolves with different theme parts.“
FEYNMAN - The Farewell Courtyard
Monomotion: “I really love the chords, and the progression. The évolution is perfectly created through the build-up and the organic mixdown is one of my fav.“
Monomotion - Blue Hell Island
Louise: “It’s one of my favorite track of the EP. It gives me so much energy everytime I listen to it. So much happens in this one track, it’s a blast. Can’t even tell what I love the most. Is it the bassline which make me dance? Or this organic mess that we can hear above? It makes my head spin. Behind The Moon EP was definitely one of my favorite record in 2015, anyway!“
aetherworld. - Aeon of Aether
Louise: “Pure talent. That’s what I thought when I discovered Teodor Vasilev’s songs. To me, his universe is part cinematic and part syfy. The atmosphere of his songs makes me escape from space and time.“
Nym - Come Back
Louise: “« When I was a kid, I used to stare out the car window and pretend that I was flying ». Best intro ever, do I need to say more? Well, I will… This producer come from San Fransisco and is signed on amazing Loci Records. This song comes from the album Convex. I really love the concept of the album : “It’s about how simple things are more complex upon closer inspection” “
Roméo Elvis x Le Motel - La Voiture
Louise: “« Surprising choice » you may say. Actually, not that much. I really thought Le Motel’s production was working perfectly with the rest of the selection. Roméo Elvis is a Belgian rapper who is, I think, really talented. I love how he tells stories. His rhymes and the music match in the best way.“
That’s all folks! Thanks to Monomotion for his selection. We hope you enjoyed this episode. Tell us if you liked this experimentation we made on the text. Enjoy your Sunday!