448 // Sam In Space – Infinity

Sam In Space debuts on Astrolead Recordings with a to-infinity-and-beyond release.

One of the safest havens on earth for high-quality Retro & Synthwave themes, Astrolead Recordings can’t get enough of publishing ace content. This time, Ilya Santana’s (SXDNS072) imprint welcomes to its interstellar roster Sam Britt. Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, the man of the hour adopted an alias that precisely captures the very core of his sonority: Sam In Space. With an avid ear to absorb and reinterpret the wealthy cosmic-infused sonority of the 1970s and 1980s, his sets and productions aim at delivering zero-gravity experiences to their audiences.

After a couple of creative edits released on XPRESS and Feinstoff, Sam’s first original came out last year on Boots & Legs’ compilation “Family Secrets”. These previous snippets of his work triggered some sort of expectation among the followers of his endeavours who were eager to know how his first EP would sound like – and it failed to disappoint: “Infinity” comes with three well-constructed originals which properly showcase the talents of the rising producer.

Premiered here, the title track comes dressed to impress: “Infinity” is a fat and groovy Disco-pounded cut with a buoyant gait and a space-inspired atmosphere triggered by hearty synth layers and powerful guitar riffs.

You can find (and buy) this and other music pearls on the Juno Download page of the label.

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