Aim Audio’s Juno award winner Dubmatix and the assassin turntablist Illorn invite you to exhale some trip-hop.
Creating the overall tone for Exhale began with merging two musical generations into one unifying, harmoniously beautiful blend - the spacey, tripped-out sounds of '70s instrumentation - electric keys, swirling pads, smooth reverb, and delays, fused with the heavy trip-hop beats of the '90s Bristol scene with Massive Attack, Portishead, and DJ Shadow, now with an updated sound.
Blow past the smoke and find yourself in front of 601 MB of trip-hop goodness – WAV samples recorded at 24-bit/44.1kHz quality. Float amongst the various drum and percussion grooves, keys, synths, scratched vocals, drones, atmospheric strings, and underlying basslines.
Check out the demo track and loops whilst you assess the full specifications below. Taste these chilled dreamy vibes today and you'll never look back.
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