In the midst of summer, feel-good anthems seem to be around every corner. Cue Superpoze, a young up and coming French producer who sports a pretty unique electronic style. Fusing slightly dark undertones in his work, each of his tracks morph with twists and turns in its own organic right. Eclectic noises, unorthodox synths, and swooping vocal loops dominate his palette. These ingredients create a surefire path to a creative and innovative lacing sound, fresh with a good helping of familiarity. Whether the track is sharp and edgy, or smooth and mysterious, he has an innate ability to morph genres such as trip-hop and experimental to appease the common ears.
Superpoze’s latest blend “Summa” resonates good vibes with every beat, while seemingly random noises pulse in and out from every direction. However the spontaneity is barely noticeable, as Superpoze orchestrated each element of the song to work together coherently. Of course, there is a dominating organic feel interspersed throughout the tune, which adds that extra seasoning Superpoze is known to do. Get the first dibs below.
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