Music: AstroLogical – Private World EP

AstroLogical is a producer hailing out of Vancouver, Canada. He is known as one half of production duo Potatohead People, and has a few impressive collaborations under his belt such as Pomo, Phife Dawg, Illa J and DJ Khalil. His new solo project is titled Private World EP and sees him explore mellow hip-hop beats with a sense of ambiance and soul.

Just 5 tracks long, this EP features electronic effects, smooth rhythms and beats that are accompanied by synths and keys over soulful instrumentals. The first track “Simbiosis” is a perfect example of this, with lush and soulful melodies being accompanied by electronic synths and effects. Vocal samples appear on “Bottom Of My Heart,” with smooth guitar and piano leads that make it a colourful standout. The titled track has a beautiful aura that is brought by angelic keys and funky basslines. It is a wonderful way to end a great body of work. Big ups to AstroLogical for this release, and I can’t wait to hear what he has in store for us still!

Listen to AstroLogical’s brand new project Private World EP below via Bandcamp and don’t forget to support! Released via Bastard Jazz.

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