Benoit B
Notes Of Love

20,45

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why we love this

A bouncy feel-good album, seasoned with whispers, dog bark samples and smooth saxophone.

about the record

The Berlin-based producer has previously won praise for his atmospheric and evocative approach to electronic music, which prioritizes melody, texture and vibe over form and function. “Notes of Love”, his first EP for Into The Light, was deliberately designed as a “soft journey for the ears”, with Benoit B opting to layer up only the most essential musical elements in order to guarantee sparkling, crystal clear sound and an overriding clarity of purpose.

Even so, the six tracks are still stylistically eclectic. Compare and contrast the sunrise-ready new age synthesizer melodies, bustling synth-bass, Fairlight style stabs and shuffling breakbeats of “2090”, the Vangelis Katsoulis style bliss of “Polar Nights”, the Art of Noise style ambient collage that is “Czechoslovakia” and the intergalactic, post-electro pulse of “Cowboy Dan”, whose rubbery synthesizer lines and electronic motifs somehow manage to be both funky and foreboding. Yet for all of these stylistic twists, “Notes of Love” is a coherent statement of intent from a producer whose personal musical vision remains as clear as ever.

  1. A1 - Vestigia Flammae 3:31
  2. A2 - Polar Nights 3:44
  3. A3 - 2090' 3:54
  4. B1 - Cowboy Dan 4:34
  5. B2 - Clumsy Sunset 3:29
  6. B3 - Czechslovakia 3:02

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Benoit B
Notes Of Love

20,45

only 3 left

  1. A1 - Vestigia Flammae 3:31
  2. A2 - Polar Nights 3:44
  3. A3 - 2090' 3:54
  4. B1 - Cowboy Dan 4:34
  5. B2 - Clumsy Sunset 3:29
  6. B3 - Czechslovakia 3:02

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why we love this

A bouncy feel-good album, seasoned with whispers, dog bark samples and smooth saxophone.

about the record

The Berlin-based producer has previously won praise for his atmospheric and evocative approach to electronic music, which prioritizes melody, texture and vibe over form and function. “Notes of Love”, his first EP for Into The Light, was deliberately designed as a “soft journey for the ears”, with Benoit B opting to layer up only the most essential musical elements in order to guarantee sparkling, crystal clear sound and an overriding clarity of purpose.

Even so, the six tracks are still stylistically eclectic. Compare and contrast the sunrise-ready new age synthesizer melodies, bustling synth-bass, Fairlight style stabs and shuffling breakbeats of “2090”, the Vangelis Katsoulis style bliss of “Polar Nights”, the Art of Noise style ambient collage that is “Czechoslovakia” and the intergalactic, post-electro pulse of “Cowboy Dan”, whose rubbery synthesizer lines and electronic motifs somehow manage to be both funky and foreboding. Yet for all of these stylistic twists, “Notes of Love” is a coherent statement of intent from a producer whose personal musical vision remains as clear as ever.

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