Elon is a resident of ReSolute; now, he’s also a forerunner of the rising label, taking a lead role on the second release for the stamp in New York. It also includes the participation of who is, probably, the man of the moment: Erik Stornel as Maceo Plex.
Following the recently participations in labels like Metroline, Bedrock, Rrygular, Dumb Unit and Clink Elon teams up with Maceo Plex, an artist who hides his musical facets in different AKA‛s such as Maetrik, Mariel Ito or Jell Cell reflecting a varied sample that consolidated this artist as a whole, after releasing his album (Maceo Plex “Life Index”) at the prestigious Damian Lazarus’s Crosstown Rebels imprint.
The release contains four tracks that blend perfectly the similar musical roots of both artists, obtaining four brilliant cuts. “The EP treks through a range of musical styles, demonstrating the two producers’ artistic flexibility and creative ability. Each track builds to the next, creating a continuous sense of thrilling tension, but never losing sight of the label’s signature sound – the underground soul of NY”, affirmed the ReSolute staff.
Even though the whole release is outstanding, there is a track that certainly excels out from the others. That record is, precisely, the Bummalo: a“throbbing, percussive piece. Its upbeat rhythm, echoing touches and swinging harmonies are bound to make the enthusiasts quiver with excitement” that, undoubtedly, will be one of the records people is going to be talking about during the summer.
- Elon – Bummalo feat. Maceo Plex
- Elon – Chordate feat. Maceo Plex
- Elon – Floating Faces feat. Maceo Plex
- Elon – Bummalo (Vox edit) feat. Maceo plex
La Gazzetta Electronique gives 4/5.