Music: Neue Grafik – Innervision

Paris-based musician Neue Grafik has been making waves for a couple of years now with his emphatic jazz- heavy broken-beat music. Perfect for dancefloors all around the world, Neue Grafik’s new release Innervision is wildly groovy, meditative and gorgeously put together. Over the 6 tracks, the talented producer explores the broken-beat rhythms of London, as well as celebrating the Parisian house scene in an electrifying blend of styles, bringing about a motion-filled vibe.

Whether it’s the virtuosic keys on “To Peckham Rye” or the tribal beat to “Dance To Yemanja,” Neue Grafik is able to bring an energy that is so addicting, it’s hard not to get up and dance. Wayne Snow gives a passionate vocal performance on the self-titled opener “Innervision,” which slowly sets the tone for the rest of the album. It ends on a more sombre note, “Aulnay’s Tears,” which is an homage to all the victims of police brutality in the Parisian Suburb in 2017, another poignant example of his sonic diversity. 

Released on Rhythm Section, Innervision has brought Neue Grafik closer than ever to the South London vibe, and as I’m sure, will continue to impress with great releases in the near future.

Listen to Innervision below via Bandcamp, and make sure to support in any way you can!

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