The ‘Horizon’ EP promises three tracks of blissed-out synthesizer love and kicks off with ‘Spiral End’, featuring Cavaliers Of Fun’s Ricco Vitali on vocals. Worship’s big power chorded SynthWave and Ricco’s 80’s wailing is a match made in heaven . It’s a pretty anthemic track, like a rousing call to dance, loaded with huge warm synths, a wicked groove and that particular sing-a-long quality all anthems need. Have we had a Dreamwave anthem yet? If not, this is your contender. Also featuring on the EP is ‘Miles Indies’, which is as atmospheric as it is funky. The solid groove and slap bass head-nodding effect complimented perfectly by some lush, worldly, pads and leads. SynthWave at it’s best, ‘Miles Inside’ speaks to both your feet and your heart. The EP’s title track starts off in Jean Michel-Jarre mode before launching into the funk fuelled soundtrack to the best imaginary ‘80’s cop show. Y’know, a cop show with a theme, probably about a future cop who accidently gets trapped in the past (the ‘80’s) and had to buddy with a quirky everyman beat cop. ‘Horizon’ is exciting, driving and majestic and contains some really nice flourishes. Including a bunch of reMixes alongside the originals, this EP will be a must purchase!
♫ Worship (Feat. Ricco Vitali) – Spiral End
♫ Worship – Miles Inside
♫ Worship – Horizon
‘Horizon’ is released today.
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