Feverkin goes granular in ‘Element & Moderate’ song
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Returning to the Deep Heads imprint for another compilation, American producer Feverkin has released ‘Element & Moderate’, a granular, detailed work of airy decay and piano melody. In it, Feverkin has created a different ambient sound than one might expect from the genre. The constituents of ‘Element & Moderate’, are more beat-based, more percussively rich than your staple ambient track.
“This song started with a nearly 10-year-old recording of my friend playing the drums in a warehouse/office space. I edited and looped a particular part that had a vibe and built the song with the beat being the focus,” he tells us. But this doesn’t subtract from the soundscapes. Rather, it adds an extra dimension, stretching the song passed the boundaries of other genres. The hues he concocted with a deft ability and an ear for motion fill the space, dripping like water and running rivulets between cracks and crevices of gated beats.