A tidal wave of an EP, the mission sees the discharge of DRINKURWATER’s long-awaited single, “Flexible Riddim Straw.”
This EP is de facto making a splash.
Diving into Wakaan is DRINKURWATER, who has landed on Liquid Stranger’s flagship imprint with a brand new three-track EP, Motion. Over the previous few years, the Germany-born artist has sprinkled fan-favorite releases on Subsidia whereas incomes a slot on final yr’s Misplaced Lands as he continues to make critical waves.
Wading into the bizarre aspect of the bass music spectrum, DRINKURWATER says he noticed Motion as an opportunity to mix the wonky with the heavy.
“I needed to showcase my bizarre and heavy sides with this mission,” he stated in a press release. “I am so stoked to convey my sounds to the gorgeous Wakaan platform and be capable of showcase the number of completely different angles I can take with my music.”
Opening the floodgates is “Flexible Riddim Straw,” probably the most sought-after IDs in DRINKURWATER’s library. Spurred by its inclusion in his electrifying units and outstanding spotlights like Excision and Liquid Stranger’s latest B2B, the one bends large drum hits into a gentle circulate that crashes like a tidal wave.
Slowing issues all the way down to a trickle, “Nearer” options haunting keys that drip right into a thunderous bass growl for a languid monitor completely tuned for the experimental Wakaan sound. The final of the trio, the titular “Motion,” as soon as once more dials down the tempo and washes us away in a stream of twinkly, droplet-like synths whereas a resonant low-end provides an extraterrestrial twist to shut out the EP.
You’ll be able to take heed to DRINKURWATER’s Motion EP under. Hydrate here.