Pushing into the neo-dub realm of electronica. The reggae element clearly present but with a refreshingly crisp and clean finish finish on the palate.
Loving “Colour Of The Sky”. Class A Butler Power-chill. Almost a different genre to the rest of the album.
The fifth Spatialize album goes stratospheric with a high vibe release of psychedelic electronica.
Spatialize is the project of electronic producer Neil Butler from the South West of the UK. Neil has been releasing and gigging under the Spatialize name since 2004 while slowly building a reputation for high quality sound. The 2014 releases of Radial and On the Edge of Forever were well received in the psy-chill world and have led to interesting gigs and new connections
with fellow producers and listeners from all over the world.
Since 2014, Neil has been kept busy with his deep-ambient alter ego Experiments in Silence.
But after 4 albums of textured atmospherics, he decided it was time to roll up his sleeves and get back amongst the beats and the bass. Outlines of new tracks started piling up thick and fast throughout 2017 and the final layers of synths and mixing took place during the hot summer of 2018.
The end result is an album that reflects deep musical influences from psychedelia,
electronica, world, ambient and space rock. Juicy synths, exotic instrumentation
and guitars float above a blend of organic and electronic drums, with the album including
sax from Ian East of Gong and futuristic synths from Ishq.