lunes, 9 de mayo de 2016

Selvy - Wishing Well - 2016

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  1. One name that has been bubbling up steadily over the past year is @Selvy, cropping up frequently as a key component to Poland's new, very underrated music generation. After spotlighting his contributions to FASRAT and Transatlantyk in late 2015, we've been keeping close tabs on Selvy's happenings.
    Next month finally brings his return – the four-track POPS EP by way of newcomer label, @hollick_nobaddays aka No Bad Days. Housed in London, the imprint initially stemmed from, and now runs in tandem to, a radio show where you can tune in to hear all their forthcoming fruits hidden amidst two hours of incredibly good music and other general tomfoolery.
    EP opener "Wishing Well" brings the drama. The fun of Selvy's music is sustained, with an added air that the Poznanian (we think?) is serious this time around. Tropical drum patterns ground these seven minutes of exotic house, as VHS synths chords and marimbas whir in and out overhead. Given a bonus lick of paint from Dutch jaklord Alden Tyrell, this is a strong entry from the newest and worthiest asset in Poland's electronic music game.