Phaeleh - A World Without EP
â€˜City Roseâ€™ features major folk voice Sam Brookes and is a concrete-hued modern blues number, inspiring day dreams of past El-B drum excursions and excerpts of Garageâ€™s most emotive era. â€˜Pulseâ€™ is strictly dubplate material, digging deep into the roots of Dubstep and extracting a relentless techno steppas anthem for the FWD heads. On â€˜So Realâ€™ he enlists the haunting Fifi Rong for the daylight sibling of â€˜City Roseâ€™ a classical MJ Cole-esque 2-step riddem underpins splashes of colour and sundown atmosphere.â€˜Alignmentâ€™ follows with an exquisitely textured Kubrickian opening scene with sweeping Tremolo effects and ominous atmospherics The one omnipresent factor with all Phaeleh compositions is bass-weight: â€˜Relicsâ€™ is hi-tech dubwise slab with lung-collapsing pressure and super wet percussive details a Bristol-Berlin soundclash.â€˜Neon Meltâ€™ sees Phaeleh joined by Chord Marauderâ€™s Geode both injecting the traditional Dubstep genome with some smoked out Jazz-Broken-beat DNA. â€˜Ochreâ€™ Here sating his hungry fanbase with trademarked delicate melodies and guitar work skips alongside 2-step rhythms atop a mountain of low-end. â€˜A World Withoutâ€™ is the perfect end-scene; riffing on the mystery of late 70â€™s sci-horror soundtracks, building with intricate guitar work and strings into a classical Phaeleh epic.