Tech house mainstay Eli Brown is back with more new music this month, as we move ever closer to the return of clubs and raving. The Bristolian‘s latest EP dropped on 2nd April under Insomniac’s freshly formed sister label Factory 93, marking the imprint’s debut release.
Prior to this, Eli Brown has taken the electronic music scene by storm with releases on Repopulate Mars, Toolroom, ViVa Music, Truesoul and We Are The Brave, to name but a few. He’s been a number 1 selling Beatport artist and seen support from legends of the game including the likes Skream, Annie Mac and Green Velvet.
The EP’s lead track named ‘Escape’, is awash with unmistakable elements of 90s trance giving that real rave nostalgia. Gritty synth stabs and a fierce kick drum then pack a techno-esque punch to this prime time tune.
‘Morning Light’ ups the euphoria, with an awe-inspiring melody and spine-tingling vocals. Rumbling low end and crisp percussion complete this uplifting track which will leave you lost in the moment.
The final track ‘My House’ is aptly titled and gives you a sense of what’s in store from the get-go. Encompassing more of his previous tech house productions, the heavy-hitting groover features tight 909 drums and a catchy vocal hook which will no doubt have dance floors bopping along to this fun-filled tune during the summer.
Listen to the EP below, or download here.
Words: Neil Ritchie