Music: Eddie A – Quiet Understanding

Eddie A is a Swiss producer based in Geneva, Switzerland. Having been recently introduced to his music, I didn’t expect such a level of skill in crating a slow-paced, electronic vibe that is translated consistently through a whole project. On his most recent album Quiet Understanding, released late last year, he does exactly that. Over 10 tracks, his moody and hypnotic sound captures the ears of the listener, fully immersing you into a state of zen. Tracks like “Another Phase” build with synth leads, soft percussion and a subtle bassline that keeps the track somewhat groovy. “Soul Searchin” is a slow builder too, with strings adding an element of beautiful progression throughout. The glitched out vibe of “Too Much” is also a strong moment on this project. 

Overall, Eddie A has proven to be an exciting new talent, and cannot wait to hear what he has coming up next. Switzerland represent!

Listen to his album Quiet Understanding below via Bandcamp, and make sure to support in any way you can! Released via Diffract Records, also based in Geneva. 


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