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Smokin' Sessions are extremely excited to announce the new single titled 'Intersection' from one of the label's most celebrated artists that goes by the name of Synkro.
The release is taken from the long-awaited compilation release 'The Session' Vol.2.
The follow-up compilation from the 10-year celebration back in 2017 continues along with the same energy that Smokin' Sessions are so well known for, offering floaty and uplifting productions with detailed beat work, along with that all-important heavy serving of lower frequencies.
We hear some absolute classics from names such as Djrum, Geode, Versa & Rowl, Escapism Refuge, Occult, Mercy, and some newcomers to the label in the form of Marenn Sukie & Synpal.
There are 5 exclusive, unreleased tracks in total. 2 stunners from Synkro, 1 from Biome, and another 2 from Synpal.
'Intersection' takes it back to that classic Sessions sound of 2 step beats, sub-low weight underpin, and cloud-like pad progressions that fill the higher end of the frequency spectrum.
As you would expect from Synkro, the beats are super detailed and masterfully arranged. An array of percussion and hi-hats, weave in and out of the production throughout, while the pads at the forefront of the mix breath fluidity across the arrangement.
The sub-bass sits subtly enough underneath the track to not draw you away from the melodies, yet pulses enough to give the track warmth and weight.
An instant classic Sessions offering that will be a firm favourite with fans for sure.
Having released with Exit Records, Brownswood, On The Edge, Deep Heads, Styrax, Auxiliary & Med School, as well as remixes for Model 500, Snow Patrol, Lowb & a plethora more, Synkro has most recently found a home at R&S sister label 'Apollo'. Major support for Synkro's music has come from names like Chris Coco, Giles Peterson, Mary Anne Hobbs, Prefuse 73 and dBridge. A truly staple artist in the timeline of UK Bass.