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Dancers in the Dark

Yacine Dessouki, NDRK

SAPIENS044 | 2020-10-16  
To introduce the 5 tracks EP, Yacine Dessouki & NDRK steer a group of dancers in a underground warehouse party. From the get go the duo creates a atmospheric melancholy, almost like they’re combating and chugging along disappointed perceptives, the percussive-heavy toms sets the tempo while the futuristic robotic vocals evoke a modern social complex.
Unlocking the next level, the banging drums help unify the supplemental particles and consolidate the dark hues of a storm cloud leaving the wearhouse to ashes, the chorus glistens with bright conjuring synths, the layers thickens in intensity and complexity; the track’s direction briskly detours off a dynamic cliff edge to a fall of destruction while the undercurrent’s clean snares and twangy hi-hats tag-team around the track’s percussive loop. Strategizing to stay afloat, the dark piano breaths of relief, bringing over the realization of the next chapter. The keys increase in seriousness and the structure in calmness, almost like the scene from the movie “ The Panist” where the main actor plays his paino in the middle of a mass chaos caused by the unforgivable war. Now that our dancers are in total confusion, the track brings back streams of hope through out the break which slowly turn into a bouncing bassy chorus cemented in rules and rusted with fear, Muffled claps design a crisp groove that is powerfully simplistic and strikingly omnipotent.The group slowly takes over the lead, and deliver as much punch as they encountered, the vocal’s brevity expands and contracts in accordance with the rhythmic fluttering of the mind. The track marks fades with a stelar short atmosphere which exposes with conclusions towards the end.
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