Various Artists – Reflections [Aerotek Recordings]

Various Artists – Reflections [Aerotek Recordings]

January 15, 2017 Off By Iconic Underground

Various Artists – Reflections [Aerotek Recordings]

DaGeneral Rating: 8/10

Release date: 16th January 2017 –> BUY HERE

Rolando Hodar‘s label Aerotek Recordings has been making some excellent music in 2016 so was only fitting that they released a best of compilation named “Reflections”.  Featuring some great artists across 9 different tracks, and I would recommend you get onto at least a few of these tracks. Here is a little preview of what you can get from this great compilation.

DurtysoxxxDantiez Saunderson – Booty Call, this is an excellent track as you would expect from these guys with some great fx and energy throughout the track.

Eddie Krystal – Sedated Elated, this track starts of a little sedated but I love the breakdown on the track before the track takes you off into a hypnotic state.

JC Delacruz – Obelix, was quite interested to see how JC has developed over the last couple of years and he seems to be finding his style, I enjoyed his breakdown and his grinding sound with nice use of FX.

Audio Bigot – Night Watch, I am loving the energy on this track with its catch synth and refreshing percussion elements.

Sneaky Freq – Mother Funker, a nice change so far on this compilation with the dark lines and infection acid lines. The force is strong on this track.

Carl Antony – Need Love, instantly love this track with its vox and growling bassline.  This track is one of the stand out tracks for me on this compilation, I love it.

Nathan Mots – Love:Soma, love the synth sounds on this track, and the eerie vox and fx throughout the track.  This track tells a story.

Alfonso Caballeros – Subliminal, this track has a nice underground groove to it before going into a deep breakdown with great synths.

Mark William’s – Saya, for some reason this song reminded me of pacific state by 808 with some of it’s elements then changed up with some eerie synth. I think this track has a great blend of influences from both current music and classics.