France-based Syndrôm (b. 1978) has been in full creative mode since infancy when he dabbled with hip-hop at the age of 10 and began producing electronics in 1996. Currently leading the Pavillon36 imprint, he’s delivered a handful of releases and several compilation tracks and unleashed his latest extended player—Earthbound EP—courtesy of Errance. Perhaps headed in an earthbound trajectory, Syndrôm’s music deftly explores outer worlds before heading towards this circular cosmic spot.
Flickering back and forth between fragmented funk’n bass to more stripped-down(tempo) dubstep spheres, Earthbound elicits a high-energy stream suited for dance floors where semi-chaotic rhythms and structured low-end wobbles vibrate the wooden slats. Collapsing IDM shapes and detonating a unique audio signature, crumpled electrons, broken digital sinewaves, faded oscillations and vibrant glitch contortions are all laid out here. The result is a manipulated sonic abstraction for both headphone and bass bin consumption.
*words from igloomag.com
Hugs For All by Syndrôm is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (aka Music Sharing) 3.0 International License.