The Bay Area native continues on his assault of filth and tasty basslines. Freefall brings us yet again more fire from his arsenal of tunes to blast at any given moment. His debut EP Falling is definitely worth talking about. Out now on Audiophile XXL, this is a goodie you’d want to make sure you don’t miss out on.
First impression of the EP was that every track kept a dark and eery theme. While still giving us the rythm and groove of the 128 culture, it’s best described as a smooth criminal. The title track Falling featuring Samantha Low gives you his best deep house impression. While the warm pianos kiss your ears, the vocal and percussions are what hook you in. Sooner or later the build drags you to a medley of plucks and growls. Problem and Pulchra seem to use the same formula yet, each track has it own twist to it. The presence of the song Problem is massive, with a great atmosphere, you know something filthy is coming. The climax has been reached and your heart rate is dropped along with your jaws. The thumping bassline and kickdrum bounce off each other like a kid on a trampoline. Pulchra sets the stage for a late night out, the imagery this tune gives with it’s pads and vocal chops is mind blowing. The snare build up and riser allow us to reach maximum anticipation as we are hit with that smooth criminal-like attack that I mentioned earlier. This EP is excellent! Go check it out for yourself.
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