Vand Sunete review of Enuma Elish

Vând Sunete focuses on track recommendations and features everything from new releases to genre classics. This time he reviewed Enuma Elish, a new single that comes from Daniel on JOOF Recordings.

Back in August, Genesis landed with a thud in the JOOF catalogue and showcased the production prowess of Daniel Lesden and Cosmithex on the superb psy-trancer. Four months later, we’re presented with another origin story, this time as a solo effort from Daniel Lesden. Let’s dive right in and see what’s what. :)

In terms of titles, Enuma Elish is as unique as they get, borrowing its name from the Babylonian creation myth. Unlike its namesake, the latest in Daniel’s catalogue doesn’t portray the story in a thousand lines stretched over seven tablets, rather it chooses a more digital approach, contained in a tad over eight and a half minutes.

The driving psy arrangement, with its decidedly heavy base and quite subtle vocal accents, manages to give this production a slight aura of mystery, serving as even more of a catalyst for pushing that replay button.

The driving psy arrangement, with its decidedly heavy base and quite subtle vocal accents, manages to give this production a slight aura of mystery, serving as even more of a catalyst for pushing that replay button. There’s no messing about, just straight to the point psy that is as engaging to listen as one would expect, given the producer’s previous work.

Enuma Elish hits all stores this coming Monday, December 7th.

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Text — Florin Bodnărescu

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