Eternia Music, temple of futuristic and abstract drum & bass, has reached the landmark of 20 releases with its deepest and most experimental EP to this day "Dark Psalms".
The beginning of the EP brings us to another space odyssey of modern drum & bass with label debutants from the land of red powder - Apostroph. Their track "Dementia" is simple but charming cosmic anthem every halfstep lover at or off the DJ booth would approve.
Second track comes from a newly formed 3-piece project located in homeland of Eternia. The Corpus makes an introduction with a classic style of halftime drum & bass. Ocean-themed "El Niño" is built on feelings of patience, serenity and unexpected danger. If you ever thought Eternia is missing some pads, we will prove you wrong.
After great debuts entitled "Constant Turning" and "Drama North" Lithuanian duo Hathor & Sotus are ready to make a whirlwind of your speakers with a hypnotic slow-burner "Still One". This really is the one you want to hear from the very beginning of lo-fi break until the end of epic piano keys.
If you forgot who had the deepest release on Eternia Music, you will surely recognize russian avant-gardist Jalex. Would you believe he had gone even deeper and more abstract on a colab with Romanian Dyl? When you're about to finish the set at 7am and want to do it in style - multi-functional "Anti-Evolution" is your cut.
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It's like if The Upside Down in Stranger Things had a drum & bass soundtrack. The vibe is cavernous and eerie, with minimal beats in line with the catalogues of Samurai Music and mid-'10s Cylon. This is equal parts ambient and beats music. fyeahmetal