Seattle's Innerflight Music has returned with the first of three singles by longtime Pacific NW underground house music advocate Jeromy Nail. As part of the Uniting Souls Music collective since the early 2000's, Jeromy sharpened his DJing skills on many late night dance floors, including residences at the seminal Flammable Sundays (the West Coast's longest running house weekly twenty years strong) and the (now defunct) electronic dance music haven See Sound Lounge. With releases and remixes for the likes of Viva Recordings, Bomb Recordings, Build It Records, Radda Records, Hype & Soul, House Call, and, of course, the Uniting Souls label, Jeromy's been busy on the scene.
Farewell Dialogue is a brooding, cinematic undertaking rooted in a four-on-the-floor foundation but with a distinctly non-peak hour ethic. The track is intricately constructed with layers of synth pads, strings, and melodic elements buoyed by its tough rhythm and bass pairing. Vancouver's Jay Tripwire continues his stunning string of audio explorations with two cool remixes of Jeromy's original. Jay delivers strong with a nine minute main mix and a shorter dub mix, stripping the original to its essentials and infusing it with his heady house, dub, and techno amalgam. The results are mesmerizing and a perfect fit for underground after hours adventures.
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