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Hayat Zor

Brassica

Hayat Zor

Civil Music
Brassica lands a sucker punch of a release for Civil Music that lands right between the eyes. One of the most underrated producers out there, this EP, following 'Temple Fortune', sets him up for a very anticipated album release that I can't wait to hear. With a near-perfect command of melody and arrangement, the music on 'Hayat Zor' moves between disco shades ('Least I Know Why' and 'Smoulders') toBrassica lands a sucker punch of a release for Civil Music that lands right betweenthe eyes. One of the most underrated producers out there, this EP, following 'Temple Fortune', sets him up for a very anticipated album release that I can't wait to hear. With a near-perfect command of melody and arrangement, the music on 'Hayat Zor' moves between disco shades ('Least I Know Why' and 'Smoulders') toan oddball metal/electro crossover on the superb Maiden-referencing 'Ancient Mariner'. And if this is not enough, two remixes from Gavin Russom and Petrels round things off nicely. Go get. an oddball metal/electro crossover on the superb Maiden-referencing 'Ancient Mariner'. And if this is not enough, two remixes from Gavin Russom and Petrels round things off nicely. Go get.
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