Music: Beringei – The People, The Place

London-based producer Beringei comes through with his debut released titled The People, The Place. Consisting of 3 tracks, including a William Florelle remix, this release is a colourful one, as his talents as a broken beat producer shine through.

The title track “The People, The Place” features an infectious beat, with a groovy bassline, percussion and an excellent vocal feature from Shama Joseph. The keys on “Blue Moon” are gorgeous, and complemented by another bass-heavy groove and broken beat, makes for a soulful listen, especially with the soothing vocal performance from Vimbai Mango. The William Florelle remix of “The People, The Place” is more psychedelic and slower in pace, as his vocals come in, making for a soothing, ethereal listen.

Overall I’m impressed with this release. Beringei has shone through as an excellent producer, and I just hope he releases something more cohesive in the future. Listen to Berengei’s The People, The Place EP below via Bandcamp and don’t forget to support! Released via WotNot.

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