For the second Elision offering, Rich NxT delivers a groove-laden wonky roller that’s sure to keep bodies moving. NxT’s strong foundation elements are highlighted by metallic pulses that create their own space, while highly swung breakdown moments draw you closer in with deep anticipation.
Howl Ensemble interpret NxT’s cut with their trademark percussive sound. Distant strings and moving stabs exist as one, while the constantly shifting arrangement flows and modulates throughout.
On the flip side, Cab Drivers let the light in with a floaty, dubby influenced remix. Peaceful melodies and harmonies evolve around an interactive, forward-facing rhythmic pulse to round out the strong offering put forward by all three artists.