616 // Blutch – Deléon

Blutch Episode III comes packed with an insurmountable amount of synth layers!

“One song every two weeks for one year” (from November 1, 2023, to November 6, 2024, to be more precise)”, that’s what skilled and eclectic French producer Julien Porhel aka Blutch intends with his bold “Escaped Songs” series. Expect everything: From Dubstep to Breakbeats, from Deep House to Leftfield, from Electronica to Tough-To-Pigeonhole stuff, seasoned with shards of Italo Disco, Techno, IDM & whatnot, the mood of the moment is his guide, no rules are holding the flow of his creativity and the result is a wide-ranging joyride through many of his influences. With dance-floor fillers and introspective trippy cuts, Julien definitely pushes existing boundaries and genre definitions with his highly well-tailored sonority.

The track we hand-picked to premiere is a true ode to synthesizers: “Deléon” opens the third volume of Blutch’s saga and heralds the temperament of the EP – the most atmospheric of the series so far. (A plethora of) arpeggios everywhere set the tone and the always-present emotion of his compositions reaches another level with the tons of beautiful cosmic synth leads spread throughout the theme.

You can find (and buy) this and other music pearls on the Bandcamp page of the artist.

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