Transporting the listener to a spot where colorful, unique electronic music meets an imaginative dimension that's all it's own, rising-artist alice.km has tapped into an essence that's easy to enjoy repeatedly in Solar Waves EP.
"Ostara," and "Arctic Age," are the two parts that makes up the EP, both showcasing a quaint cinematic feel platformed by the structure of a 128 BPM house flow. "Ostara," brings about a bit of a eased entry - detail in the percussion being balanced out by the sustained synth work within the melody. Warm and inviting, the opening track gets the vibe settled and has the brain sink into the journey.
"Arctic Age," establishes a dangerous feeling, mysterious-driven chord progressions switching up the mood of the moment and helping bring a fun juxtaposition in comparison to what the former single introduced. The song wraps up and leaves one with a feeling of wanting more of what was just had.
alice.km captures a quick dose of a quality theme, contributing something worthwhile to the greater electronic music scene. If you like what Solar Waves has to offer, she has other pieces in her catalog which deliver a satisfying punch on the same wavelength as this EP.
It's not just the release front where alice.km has her act together, she has performed at Serenity Gathering Music and Art Festival, Avalon Hollywood, Rosewood Theater, Knitting Factory, Hotel Congress, Bossa Nova Civic Club, San Diego Fruit Festival, and other events. Having started DJing in 2016, the journey that music has taken her on only seems to get better over time.
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