As soon as one looks at the cover ofÂ We’re in Heaven you’re going to also think “We’re in the 80s.” The title and intro track of this single of sorts, “We’re in Heaven,” instantly teleports you in to an ethereal 80s sci-fi movie, where the nightclub might as well be space itself. This isn’t called the Dream Mix for nothing. The ending of the track brings this super progressive house mix to fantastic closure and aptly lets you ease out of the spaced out ride. “Be Part Of It” gets an extremely dubby treatment, all the while the synthesizer lines are just aggressive and unrelenting. “Gone By Dawn” is a, big shock here, bit more relaxed Â than the preceding two tracks with its reverbed bright and saccharine spaced out synthesizer trails being laced all throughout this track giving it that “morning vibe.” Check outÂ We’re in Heaven below via the Spotify stream and see what you think of it. Cheers!
Cosmic synth music, as a concept, requires regular transfusions of reverse strategies, weird ideas, and bad blood to stay mutating (and thus alive). And while thereâs no shortage of global projects actively engaged in this pursuit, the life/art arc of Austriaâs Cruise Family cleaves closest to the slipstream we identify with. His early tapes were bubbling fountains of faded trance textures, like a rave reimagining of Monopoly Child Star Searchersâ celestial cassette mysticisms, but Weâre In Heaven extrapolates that DNA into a radically more dynamic model. The sidelong A side, âWeâre In Heaven,â coasts on a carpet of lush galactic synthesizer bliss and metronomic 909 pulses, like someone cross-mixing the best of Softwareâs Electronic Universe over a slowed-down Model 500 instrumental loop. The B is split into two pieces, the paranoid warehouse techno skeleton, âBe Part Of It,â and âGone By Dawn,â which sequences floating new age fractals over a hollowed-out acid handclap beat, like the spectral shell of some classic sunrise anthem. The fidelity and textural craft of these cuts are distinct to anything else in the Cruise Family tree, and the best embodiment of his unique matrix of influences. Black vinyl 12 inches in jackets with insane laser-galactic âhumanoid tumbling through interstellar spaceâ artwork by CFâs Stefan Kushima. Edition of 550.
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