Music: DRWN. – Seesea EP

It’s always a pleasure covering music from my home in Switzerland, especially when the album cover of the project is that of Lake Geneva and there is a track titled “Montreux.” DRWN. is a producer I have been following for a while now, having covered his music in the past. XV​-​XVII was one of my favourite projects of 2017, and I was delighted to see that he had released a new project.

SeeSea EP is a short 9-track EP which features some incredible, moody and soulful production from the Swiss producer, who does nothing but impress. Tracks like “Seraphin I” and “Sincerely Yours” feature some heavy beats and basslines that are infectious in their grooves. Other tracks rely more on the smooth, even retro-sounding samples such as on tracks like “seesea closing.” The bonus track “dweler” is an incredible tune with heavy drums again and a vocal sample that brings such an emotive end to the project. DRWN. excels once again, and I cannot wait to see where 2019 takes him!

Listen to DRWN’s SeeSea EP below via Bandcamp and don’t forget to support!

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