Blake “Black Panthers”
A deep and steady acid workout.
Blake started DJing in the late ’90s, playing in the best clubs in Milan and debuting in Ibiza’s parties. His love for old techno characterizes his music world, and he quickly began to concentrate on his own production, releasing on labels such as TRAX Records and Rebirth Records. His works give emphasis to warm sounds coming from his tapes, samplers, drum machines, and analogic synthesizers.
For this EP, Blake has realized two tracks crafted for the dancefloor and one warm techno soul cut that has been remixed by Scan 7. The “Intro” aims to allow you to experience the “birth of the planet Triton and will drive you to spatial soundscapes,” the label explains.
Ahead of the EP’s June 8 release, Blake has presented an unreleased track not included on the EP but a continuation of its theme. “Black Panthers” is a deep and steady acid workout with a mellow melodic element—it’s a texturally complex piece built around the slowly progressing filmic atmospherics and clever use of vocals that mix into the overall vibe, backed by an offset polyrhythmic acid bassline. Grab it now via the WeTransfer button below, or here for EU readers due to GDPR restrictions.
A2. Tribal Transmissions
B1. The Black Goddess
B2. The Black Goddess (Scan 7—Way Of The Se7en Remix)