The past year has seen him at his most prolific, releasing tracks & remixes with R&S sister label Apollo Records, Med School and many more
Listen free to submerse – Tears (Cream Soda, It's Over, I Lost and more). Hailing from Cheshire, Submerse is an esteemed producer/DJ with a distinct and recognisable sound that traverses Beat Music, Ambient, 2-step and Autonomic whilst being punctuated by a myriad of unique and personal influences. The past year has seen him at his most prolific, releasing tracks & remixes with R&S sister label Apollo Records, Med School and many more. Submerse was featured by Pioneer Japan and was also named ‘Band Of The Week’ In The Guardian newspaper (2012).
Following a highly regarded release for the relaunched R&S sublabel Apollo, Submerse returns with this superb EP for Project Mooncircle, which sees a refinement on the bass-infused digital hip-hop styles of that record. Tracks like "Cream Soda" and "Kerosene" recall the squashed beats of Lukid, while the fizzy atmospherics and sweet vocal samples of "It's Over, I Lost" and "Tears" have more than a bit of early James Blake about them.
Tears is thus introduced as the reaction to the loneliness and confusion of the move, and from there to any small reminder of home. The opening track, Cream Soda, we’re told, was entirely inspired by the sight of a familiar can of soft drink; the overarching idea being that with little to relate to it’s the smallest things that can trigger the greatest emotion. As such, Tears is a remarkably mellow and contemplative release: one about small, internal triumphs and occurrences as opposed to any grand theme. Relatable, then, if not inspiring.
Ep, blue 12 inch, digital.
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- Artwork – Gordon
- Mastered By – Sven Friederichs
- Mixed By, Producer, Written-By – Robert James Orme*
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