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Music: Quantic – Atlantic Oscillations

Multi-talented British musician Quantic is back with a brand new album titled Atlantic Oscillations. Known for his lavish compositions which take influence from all over the world, and this new album of his takes his bright talents to new heights with compositions that bring synths, basslines, electronic effects and beats as well as excellent drums.

The string section on “September Blues” is beautiful, and is complemented by synths and a pulsating beat that is just infectious. “You Used to Love Me” features heavy percussion and impeccable vocals from Denita, who brings soul and passion with her voice. “Atlantic Oscillations” is a more dynamic, rhythmic track that features dynamic grooves that are full of electronic rhythms and drums that are dynamic and full of soul. “Now or Never” features gorgeous vocals from Alice Russell, who is able to provide beautiful vocals. Amazing strings are interwoven with the incredibly textured production. The high-paced energy of “Motivic Retrograde” is brilliant, and keeps the energy up throughout the track. The soulful tone and energy of “Is It Your Intention” makes it the perfect closer to this layered and textured album, and shows yet again the extent of Quantic’s talents as a producer.

Listen to his new album Atlantic Oscillations below via Bandcamp and don’t forget to support! Released via Tru Thoughts.

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