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John Beltran // Serendipia 2x12"

John Beltran // Serendipia 2x12"

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アメリカのハウス作家John Beltranが、2023年12月にトルコ・イスタンブールのバレアリック・ハウスレーベルOathからリリースした2枚組12"です。

夏の夕暮れにぴったりのバレアリック・アンビエントハウス〜フュージョン・ハウス9曲を収録。180g重量盤です。

レーベルその他作品はこちら /// Click here to see more Oath releases available at Tobira. 

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12" black vinyl. 

Tracklist:

  1. Taina (feat. Ezel, Arnold and Simonson) 08:09
  2. Cachaça 05:59
  3. Em Trancoso 05:50
  4. Sa Coma Blue (feat. John Arnold) 05:22
  5. Aşk Anları 02:35
  6. La Hermosa Vista 07:20
  7. Sueños Soleados 05:09
  8. Mallorca 06:21
  9. Yangu Milele 06:37

Text excerpt by Oath:

"[...] ‘Serendipia’, Beltran’s new LP, carries forward the ideals of Sol Set and reignites the quietly evolving flames that were lit last year, and as an elaboration on his craft and its sound it's really quite something. The title suggests the pleasantry that can be found in pleasant surprises, and whilst we aren’t surprised at the technical application or instrumentation on display (a signature of Beltran throughout his career). Still, we are pleasantly surprised by the display of emotive tools that are used to build up the soundscapes in which we find ourselves. Every tune is given time and space to breathe, and touches upon the lexicon of Balearic language and vibrations, stopping by the coast on multiple occasions to the point which you can feel the sand between your feet. The rhythms are set to the rhythms of life, such as on the tracks ‘Taina’ and ‘Cachaca’, which focus on up-tempo latin and jazz rhythms to get the pace set beautifully. Many of the tracks, such as ‘Em Trancoso’, ‘Sa Coma blue’ (featuring John Arnold), ‘Ask Anlari’, and ‘La Hermosa Vista’ have trance-like qualities to them, with free-flowing pianos and synths evolving expertly over simmering, aquatic rhythms. Towards the business end of the record, ‘Suenos Soleados’ and ‘Mallorca’ take us back to the overlook, basking in the 30 degree heat as the blue hues envelope the senses. To wrap things up, ‘Yangu Milele’ movs us to 5am or so, perhaps, where the rhythm is slowing down but the intensity remains just the same. As journeys go, there’s so much here to fall deep within, to be unravelled both within and out width the mind and body - to be honest, we come to expect nothing less from someone like John Beltran, who’s continual dips into the space between instrumentation and emotion conjure up records like no other.

Closing your eyes for a moment when engaging with this record transports us into a world of vibrancy, interactivity, and colour, where the thoughts and feelings of a thousand experiences transpose themselves onto us, inviting us to part with something of our own. John Beltran has hit a rich vein of form with his recent excursions into this kind of musical environment, but its one he is very familiar with, one he has a true appreciation and understanding of. No wonder his music speaks in such a way, and on this record his expert approach in present and correct - and the music itself, well, let's just say transformative and majestic might be two ways of describing but a small part of the experience. Summer’s round the corner, time to escape once again…"

Artist : John Beltran

Label : Oath

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アメリカのハウス作家John Beltranが、2023年12月にトルコ・イスタンブールのバレアリック・ハウスレーベルOathからリリースした2枚組12"です。

夏の夕暮れにぴったりのバレアリック・アンビエントハウス〜フュージョン・ハウス9曲を収録。180g重量盤です。

レーベルその他作品はこちら /// Click here to see more Oath releases available at Tobira. 

-----------------------------------

12" black vinyl. 

Tracklist:

  1. Taina (feat. Ezel, Arnold and Simonson) 08:09
  2. Cachaça 05:59
  3. Em Trancoso 05:50
  4. Sa Coma Blue (feat. John Arnold) 05:22
  5. Aşk Anları 02:35
  6. La Hermosa Vista 07:20
  7. Sueños Soleados 05:09
  8. Mallorca 06:21
  9. Yangu Milele 06:37

Text excerpt by Oath:

"[...] ‘Serendipia’, Beltran’s new LP, carries forward the ideals of Sol Set and reignites the quietly evolving flames that were lit last year, and as an elaboration on his craft and its sound it's really quite something. The title suggests the pleasantry that can be found in pleasant surprises, and whilst we aren’t surprised at the technical application or instrumentation on display (a signature of Beltran throughout his career). Still, we are pleasantly surprised by the display of emotive tools that are used to build up the soundscapes in which we find ourselves. Every tune is given time and space to breathe, and touches upon the lexicon of Balearic language and vibrations, stopping by the coast on multiple occasions to the point which you can feel the sand between your feet. The rhythms are set to the rhythms of life, such as on the tracks ‘Taina’ and ‘Cachaca’, which focus on up-tempo latin and jazz rhythms to get the pace set beautifully. Many of the tracks, such as ‘Em Trancoso’, ‘Sa Coma blue’ (featuring John Arnold), ‘Ask Anlari’, and ‘La Hermosa Vista’ have trance-like qualities to them, with free-flowing pianos and synths evolving expertly over simmering, aquatic rhythms. Towards the business end of the record, ‘Suenos Soleados’ and ‘Mallorca’ take us back to the overlook, basking in the 30 degree heat as the blue hues envelope the senses. To wrap things up, ‘Yangu Milele’ movs us to 5am or so, perhaps, where the rhythm is slowing down but the intensity remains just the same. As journeys go, there’s so much here to fall deep within, to be unravelled both within and out width the mind and body - to be honest, we come to expect nothing less from someone like John Beltran, who’s continual dips into the space between instrumentation and emotion conjure up records like no other.

Closing your eyes for a moment when engaging with this record transports us into a world of vibrancy, interactivity, and colour, where the thoughts and feelings of a thousand experiences transpose themselves onto us, inviting us to part with something of our own. John Beltran has hit a rich vein of form with his recent excursions into this kind of musical environment, but its one he is very familiar with, one he has a true appreciation and understanding of. No wonder his music speaks in such a way, and on this record his expert approach in present and correct - and the music itself, well, let's just say transformative and majestic might be two ways of describing but a small part of the experience. Summer’s round the corner, time to escape once again…"

Artist : John Beltran

Label : Oath