April 12, 2024

Aesthetische strike back with an extremely club friendly dance electro EP feat. a Neuroticfish remix – exclusively available via Bandcamp (for now that is)

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(By Hon Sala) The Brazilian electronic duo Aesthetische are back with a very club-oriented 5-track EP “We Follow Blindly”. The title song features the beautiful (and very sweet) voice of Mari Kattman who seems to have become a favourite collaborator for the band. The combination is extremely catchy and should please all in favour of cleane danceable electro beats with lush female vocals and especially those craving for Delerium-style dance food.

Check the EP out below or download it from Bandcamp. Note that the EP is exclusively available for now via Bandcamp, all other platforms will follow later on giving the fans of HQ audio the exclusivity.

The EP features the original version of “We Follow Blindly” next to a progressive cut and an even more trance-like remix by the German synth pop /EBM fame Neuroticfish. This latter remix will easily find its way into the clubs. The EP gets augmented by a darker melancholic song called “Breathe” featuring Diana S. from Junksista fame. The sexiness is allover it! Last but not least, there’s the instrumental dance anthem-like piece “Eye On You”.

Mari Kattman

Although this isn’t a review, it’s clear that we totally love what we hear here and we can only warmly recommend this beauty!

DJ-food for sure!

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Bernard - Side-Line Staff Chief editor
Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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