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Music: MF Eistee – moonshine

German producer MF Eistee comes through with a soulful, spiritual new album titled moonshine on Dezi-Belle Records. Having featured on my friends at Beatbliotek’s compilation album LIBRARY 01, and having heard him on other projects since, I was curious to hear how his sound will evolve.

While you hear the same types of hard-hitting beats with soulful synths and keys sprinkled throughout the album, there is a sense of cohesiveness and meditative energy to this tape that sounds incredible to me. From the colourful melody on “tree” to the smooth, pulsating groove of “moonvibe,” MF Eistee really is able to create a gorgeous, night-time atmosphere throughout his music that really reflects a calm and peaceful world. I’m really impressed with this project and anticipate so much more from this man.

Listen to MF Eistee’s great new project moonshine below via Bandcamp and don’t forget to support! Released via Dezi-Belle Records.

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