With additional successes under such labels as Taub, Latence releases once again on Play Label Records for his fresh Superheated EP.
Collaborating ideas from his teen years in Belgium through the 90's, with more progressive inspirations, Latence has materialized a unique style, which is a celebration of timeless dance music and it's continued influences on forward-thinking artists.
Kicking things off with his title-track, Pablo flaunts a subtle build of off beat chords injected around playful and erratic acid house influences. A busy and varied concoction of sounds topped with provocative whispers.
Deeper Amplitude is the second of this four track EP, and as the name suggests, we are provided with ample bass, accompanied by snippets of melodic discord and a boisterous snare, fearless and rhythmic.
Metastable lays a minimalist percussive foundation, sporting a retro 70s synth that steals focus with its quirky pitch shifts, a classic example of Latence's immense talent for blending influences across eras.
Latence closes with Acido Basic, an eccentric finale to this eclectic EP. Using exotic vocal sampling centered around chemical compounds, he simplifies his percussive layers to a clean texture, which form the bedrock for his experimentations.