There’s a particular euphoria within the sound of things gracefully falling into place - and when nature, intuition and senses coalesce and translate into coincidental layers of organic and synthetic musical structures - good songs are made. It may have taken Bavarian artist Dan Grassler eight years of producing ethereal tracks with ambient disposition and jaunty tendencies to divest and recloak as his Naeiiv moniker, but after retracing his musical drive and reimagining his artistic vision over the past two years, Grassler unravels his narrative this spring through a three-track EP on the up and coming, Berlin-based Sol Eterno. And though the project came about just because it sounds and feels right, well, it sounds and feels right. The young label led by Braunbeck and Hazel, has brought a handful of new talented acts into the light (pardon the pun) and SOL007 keeps that momentum going.
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