Release: January 2013
- A1 – Circle
- A2 – Polar
- B – Let Me Fall
Spectrum Odysee EP
The fox is a sly and cunning fellow. And here he’s putting it on display. To the advantage of the listener. Gjaezon’s aficionado label Crazy Like a Fox Records is serving notice: foxy music made with blood, sweat and tears man. Let’s go crazy.
For the longest time there has been a lot of love on display when singing and electronic sit together in the pool. In the 80’s the bar was set with genius strokes from artists like Soft Cell. Today’s club music offerings are unfortunately not always up to par. When Gjaezon speaks to the mic, there is a different movement. It effervesces powerfully. This is how he goes about his craft on this release.
In the past his soul vocals & poetry slang seasoned tracks from Douglas Greed, Mathias Kaden, Sante and Less. Precisely here he again sits in the pool, together with Leshrac who loves to build his own synthesizers! Together they prescribe a wellness therapy on two wonderful songs that oscillate between listening, experiment and club affinity. “Circle” and “Polar” could be classed with dubby electronica-downbeat and a slight pop toxicity, directly in the head-knocker area. On Less’s “Let Me Fall” they have tightened the reins with driving synthie traces. Out comes a discreet-distinctive smasher for the depths of the night: Let us fall in the club baby…