Music: Still Moving – Still Moving EP

London-based trio Still Moving released a brand new self-titled EP. Comprising of Nat Philipps on saxophone, Pike Ogilvy on drums, and Sam Bates on synthesisers and drum machines, the trio embark on a journey full of textured and atmospheric soundscapes that are beautiful and captivating to listen to.

The opening track “Sharp Arts” is a track dominated by thick synths and drumming that provide this mystical tone to the music. The saxophone leads are stunning throughout as well. “Collide/Construct” have this mystical, eerie energy, with Middle Easter influence from the gorgeous horns throughout. The dynamic drum machines add a bounce and energy to the track that’s just infectious throughout. “Gift for Mathilda” is a wonderfully textured track, with a groovy bassline and wonderful synths and horns that add soul. “Unstable Memory” is a hard-hitting track with hypnotic drum machines and a frantic horn section that adds so much energy to the music it’s just amazing. Overall Still Moving EP is a brilliant release with an infectious energy throughout its 4 tracks.

Listen to Still Moving’s brand new project Still Moving EP below via Bandcamp and don’t forget to support! Released via Lanquidity Records.

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