Eversines releasing on De Vlieger from Job Jobse

Eversines — Achterna EP

 

Dreamy blissed-out breaks from Eversines. including a special Eris Drew remix.

Credits
All songs written and produced by Eversines.
Except for Achterna (Eris Drew Remix).
Additional keys, samples, programming and scratches by Eris Drew.
Recorded and mixed in Studio B, Bellamy Way Studios, New Hampshire, USA, 2021.

Mastered by Wouter Brandenburg
Manufactured at R.A.N.D. Muzik
Distributed by Rush Hour
Photography by Lucas van der Rhee
Design by Colorblind

Eversines releases Blurred Vision EP on TWIG

Eversines — Blurred Vision

 

Eversines – Blurred Vision EP

After the last EP from Lapucci, Twig comes back with 4 tracks from Dutch producer Eversines.

Artist: Eversines
Release Title: Blurred Vision EP
Label: TWIG
Cat n: SSL012
Release date: June 2022

Tracklist:

A1. Estrange
A2. Blurred Vision
B1. Pattern Break
B2. Distant

Oddysee 041 | ‘Slightly Hovering’ by Eversines

Eversines — Oddysee

 

De Lichting crew member Eversines traverses moody breakbeat patterns and propulsive tech cuts in extraordinary fashion. Between releasing forward-thinking club cuts on labels like Kalahari Oyster Cult and Nous’Klaer Audio, and tapping into intricate sound design for yiyeh, Eversines, real name Remco Hazewinkel, is one of the most exciting producers out there. With an impressive and ever-extending back catalogue that explores the sonic fringes of contemporary electronic music, the Amsterdam-based artist is as versatile as they come while maintaining a singular outlook on quality. We got in touch to hear the latest.

Full interview with Eversines here: oddysee.fm/podcasts/eversines/

‘First aid for Ukraine’ V/A Compilation by Guerrilla Bizarre

In these confusing times of pain, fear, sadness and anger, Guerrilla Bizarre wanted to do their part in alleviating the sorrow felt by the people in Ukraine.

They reached out to their favourite artists in the underground scene to ask for contribution and tried to put together a meaningful effort to help with the situation.

“First Aid for Ukraine” is the result of this massive teamwork. You can get these 60+ tracks at the accessible price of 8 euros, or donate more if you have the possibility.

Of the money you pay, a small amount (around 15%) will be unavoidably withheld by Bandcamp; the rest will go entirely to the International Committee of the Red Cross, with weekly donations every Friday. Please check their social media pages to see how much they’ll be donating every week.

The Red Cross has been operating in the country since 2014 and is currently supporting relief operations in Ukraine’s warzones. Their cooperation with the local Red Cross Society is instrumental in lessening the pain caused by the invasion: they provide first aid on the field, help with evacuations and distribute essentials such as food, warm clothes, medicines and hygiene items; they train civilians for emergency situations and help in contacting relatives in other parts of the country.

This should have been a simple VA compilation, but now looks more like a mega pack because of the overwhelming response that they received. A mega pack of underground electronic music. Free, not bound by style or genre, and yet recognizably à la Guerilla Bizarre: you’ll come across minimal techno soundscapes, ambient experiments, spacy house grooves, razor-edged breaks and much more. But perhaps the most impressive contribution comes from Koloniari, who was able to send them his track “Control” from Kyiv, where he resides, despite the current situation.

What the world has witnessed in the last few days made us feel powerless. Spectators of a world that is violently unraveling in front of our eyes. But the truth is that, even if reality is indeed dire, we can find the strength to help out. We hope that this nightmare can end soon, please help in doing our part.

Eversines – Solvation EP

Eversines — Solvation EP

 

“Poignant but punchy club tracks.”


Describing his latest EP as Eversines, the Dutch producer Remco Hazewinkel writes, “This record feels very personal to me even though it’s one of the clubbier projects.” It’s a fitting intro for a record that foregrounds a sense of intimacy.

Whether it’s the sweeping sunset chords on the title track, the meditative trance synth on “Altar,” or even the visceral bass hits on “Digital Planet Systems,” each track is brimming with a wide spectrum of emotions. But don’t get it twisted—this is a record made of bass-heavy club weaponry.

Hazewinkel delivers a masterclass on Solvation in crafting functional and deep-feeling dance music.

Review by Henry Ivry on RA