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Music: Jay Daniel – TALA

As one of the most exciting new young electronic artists to come out of Detroit in recent years, Jay Daniel exceeds expectations with his new full-length album titled TALA.

With strong synth leads that command centre stage of the album, subtle but gorgeous keys throughout and heavy drums pulsating throughout the record, TALA is his best project to date. A concise, compact and sonically masterful album that is both diverse and brings a clear flow to the overall sound of the record. Tracks like “Sundance” and “Qalbi” bring that dynamism with dirty basslines and synth-leads that are complemented by those heavy drums that drive the beat and the overall groove of the record. Other highlights include “Lavanah,” with its quirky synths and claps that are followed by heavy drums, and “Imam (Hidden Track),” with its smoother and more ethereal tone, which is brought by a layer of synths that provide that a dreamy tone to end the album out. Overall, Jay Daniel has produced an incredible new album that shows just how talented and diverse of a producer he is. 

You can listen to Jay Daniel’s TALA below via Spotify and don’t forget to support! Released through Watusi High. 

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