Purple Sky Music goes deep purple with Smoky's Trip, the debut EP from some subterranean mystery men who go by the Freekazoidz. We start off with the title track, "Smoky's Trip" invites you to open up your perspective with gentle vocal urgings and a jazzy organ riff, a deep bassline follows that will leave no dance floor flight with space remaining. A tough, loopy low end propels us into "Foundations" it is soon joined by a classically persuasive piano loop and a rotating array of interesting effected samples. There is no question; this substructure is a can't miss stop on our way. "Landscapes" is the next destination on this smoke filled journey and it is a deep, lovely place to settle into. Cut up pads, some beautiful ethereal keys, and rolling bass that lets you know you're on a special trip along the right path. "Something House Something" is what reads on the upcoming sign post; a bouncy little canter of a sound which has almost an equatorial flavor to the ebb and flow of its swinging rhythm. Whispered nothings hit the ears and soon love can be the only option. Why fight it? Now that we have given ourselves over to wherever this aural tour leads us we look down and find ourselves dancing on the "Technocrack". Creeping up your spine, there is no escape from the electrical sweeps and kisses of acid this spot provides. Evolving, Deep, Funky; these Freekazoidz really remind you with each stop on this finely curated itinerary that the journey is always the destination.
released September 9, 2016
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