Human Movement Delve Deeper With Latest ‘Subcity’ EP
Building off the success of their impressive sophomore EP, Dancing Room, Aussie dance-music duo Human Movement have returned with their highly acclaimed two-track EP, Subcity.
Since bursting onto the scene, Human Movement have enjoyed major gains that include performing slots at Australia’s leading music festival, Strawberry Fields, and a slew of sold-out performances across their native country. Their trademark style being hard-hitting techno tracks soaked in the inviting elements of pop music. This amalgamation of darker tones and vibrant inflections has brought major attention to the Sydney duo.
With their latest release Subcity, Human Movement further bolster their impressive catalog with two deviously dark tracks. The EP’s title track opens by building an ominous atmosphere with delicious sonic tension, before climaxing in a sinister cacophony of righteous techno percussion.
The title track is a massive dance floor destroyer that would set fire to any club or stage around the world. It’s hypnotic groove is a testament to Human Movement’s minimalist — but renegade — style. Drawing inspiration from the murkier days of dance music when raves were thrown in the shadows rather than hoisted to the the forefront of popular culture, “Subcity”evokes a sense of underworld exploration.
The tracks final song “Hi-Hat Conversation” is a perfect example of the duo’s ability to perfectly craft hard-hitting stereo music. Ideal for any techno purist, Human Movement absolutely crush this two-track EP with a perfect representation of their immense production skills and timeless sensibilities. Following the release Subcity, Human Movement have established themselves one of the brightest up and coming acts in the world of dance music.
The duo’s ability to maintain an authentic sound rooted in classic techno style, while infusing their personality and flavor to each track is hugely impressive. With the success of so many other Australian acts like Flume, Rufus Du Sol and What So Not, Human Movement seem poised to add their name to the list of awesome Aussies who are taking the world by storm.
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