Dead Space has teamed up with G. Felix to bring listeners their collaborative Take It Easy EP. Filled with moody yet catchy tunes, Take It Easy is an EP that fans of both artists will find familiar and satisfying.
Producing a driving blend of tech house and techno with a touch of funky fun and sacred beats, Dead Space’s music searches for a deeper meaning of the cosmos. His masterfully crafted tunes blend into the heartbeat of life, sending people into a mental state where their consciousness reveals its secrets and builds them up to a moment of personal clarity. In a few short years, the talented young producers burgeoning career has landed him releases on esteemed house and techno labels such as Repopulate Mars, Toolroom, mau5trap, and Desert Hearts, garnering him support from industry heavyweights such as Claude VonStroke, Mark Knight, Erick Morillo, and Gorgon City.
Comprised of 3 brooding tech-house tracks, Dead Space and G. Felix have expertly prepared each tune for any late night rendezvous. The pair make use of a nostalgic vocal sample in the first track, “Tell Me,” creating a sense of longing through sound to kick off the EP. The namesake tune, “Take It Easy” follows strongly, and pairs yet another throwback vocal sample with intricately placed percussive elements, further exhibiting Dead Space and G. Felix’s keen ear for detail. “Take It Easy” hones in on its deeply oscillating bass, soundtracking a fresh synth build from the pair, ripe for the picking. Rounding out the Take It Easy EP is “Mantra,” an enigmatic anthem laced with a captivating chant. A nearly six minute wild ride of glistening synths and groovy rhythm, “Mantra” is a standout hit to finish off Dead Space and G. Felix’s three-track story.
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