Eversines on 20/20 Vision

Amsterdam-based producer/DJ and ‘De Lichting’ co-founder ‘Eversines’ makes his 20/20 Vision debut with ‘Turning Blue’.

Between releasing forward-thinking dance-floor outings for labels such as Kalahari Oyster Cult and Nous’Klaer Audio, plus tapping into intricate otherworldly sound design, Eversines is one of the most exciting producers out there.

Eversines has been active in electronic music for over a decade, with an impressive back catalogue that explores the sonic fringes of contemporary electronic music, from ethereal rolling house to energetic yet dreamy electronic cuts.

‘Turning Blue’ sees Eversines intricately blend elements of house and techno to create a selection of beautifully formed club ready cuts.

A1 – Turning Blue

A2 – Retract

B1 – Vlaag

B2 – Clarity

 

https://2020vision.bandcamp.com/album/vis336-turning-blue

USR026 VA – Eversines

USR026 VA

Eversines

 

The EP opens with an entrancing track by our friend Omar, characterized by its groovy and punchy nature. After witnessing DJ Koolt’s electrifying performance of this track at our event in collaboration with BFC in Doka last year, we simply couldn’t pass up the opportunity to release it on vinyl.

Following “Loophole” by Eversines, an electrifying track that catches you off guard and refuses to release its grip. Its tension steadily mounts, amplified by its playful melodies.

On the B-side, we have Dynamic Wave, better known for their releases on Nature Records and Disturbance, with “Spectroid,” a captivating electro track. It’s a mellow track characterized by its gated vocoder-like synths and a smooth, unwavering bassline.

The closing track by Enrica sets a serene and ethereal atmosphere with its ambient, dreamy melodies and gentle, slow-tempo rhythm.

 

 

Eversines & Pieter Jansen at Future Intel

Eversines & Pieter Jansen —
Future Intel