Aron Estocolmo "Rabindranath's teardrop on the cheek of eternity"
Exotic vibes brushed over house groove... Aron Estocolmo's "Rabindranath's teardrop on the cheek of eternity" strings mythos over music like stars over dark topology.
This track entices you with all the otherworldly sounds of India, simultaneously relaxing and enthralling heart and mind.
Pay a ferry for a river row.
Held in tow, the two-toned tears of youth and death flow.
You are current, are escape, are the next in line to know.
Aron Estocolmo throws diverse influences at each other and captures, in sound, the memorable result throughout this tune.
A busy balance of percussive pieces challenges your sense of direction, leaning in from all angles. Smooth, fuzzy synths pulse the perimeter of the mix like a sonar in search of harmonic horizon. Lush in its totality, this track seats us, silent, in the lotus posture, to contemplate its depth.
A true pairing of opposing worlds works to marvelous effect in "Rabindranath's teardrop on the cheek of eternity". Classical Indian instruments impart an entirely unique feel and sound on an otherwise as-advertised house production. A simple enough shift, but the effects are far-reaching.
Whether you're a house believer or not means little to nothing in the face of this superb song. Listen for yourself and you'll understand.
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