Slovenia is little geographically but big for music. Two names on top: Gramatik, Smooth. The last one, which is the art name for Luka Per, is one of the two dudes that are behind the Telekinesis project. For me, coming from North-East of Italy means that I’ve been exposed to balcanic drum & bass since the day 1 of my approach to the genre. I still remember Billain and the Metnem nights, Smooth and his first Viper releases, and many others. The vibe is great in those areas, and Telekinesis are the living proof that Drum & Bass and Neurofunk are extremely popular among the underground cultures of the different big cities in the balcanic area. The new EP that they released today, named New World Order and out for Blackout Music, is something big. It resonates, vibrates, and kicks your nutsack all in one kung-fu move.
What I liked the most of this EP was the quality of the sounds, the kicks and snares, the cleanness of the basslines, the overall purity of each sound even if added up all together in a big heavy load. As we stated in the two previous articles, we introduced a new measurement unit called The Jake, which goes from 1 to 5 where 5 is the top. This EP deserves a 3,5 which is, in our opinion a good mark. In fact, a 1 means average while a 5 means totally awesome, unforgettable, unreachable. Well, besides this being a very good work, we don’t want to give a lot of fives because we want blood from the artists to deserve it. For example, this November there will be one, in the future articles, we already decided, why don’t you keep following us and track it down? It might be worth. For what concerns this New World Order EP, instead, we want to leave you a handful of links that you can use for your own good, just scroll down and you’ll find them. Enjoy!
Links – Telekinesis:
Links – Blackout Music: