Exclusive Premiere: Human Movement – ‘Paradise’
Just bursting onto the scene, Human Movement are the electronic world's freshest faces — and your new favorite duo. Combining elements of UK bass and house with dark techno sounds that are reminiscent of Gesaffelstein, these Australian newcomers are set for very big things in 2015. Drawing inspiration from the music of Dirtybird Records and Oliver Huntemann, Blake Gilray and Edward Macdonald (Human Movement), ages 19 and 21 respectively, have teamed up to create their own unique sound, and they're doing just that.
After first making waves with their first original track, "Shake," which garnered over 65K plays on the Exposure Music Soundcloud, they have returned with their newest work. "Paradise" is a track that is built for the sound systems of the world's best underground clubs. It comes complete with vocals from Eliza Sol, and the kind of infectious rhythm that first turned us onto Human Movement just a few months ago. Take a listen to the track above.
Human Movement talked about the making of the track, saying, "We really tried to focus more on the overall groove and flow of the track, we really weren't satisfied with the standard kick - clap minimal percussion groove... wanting to keep the track under a really dark and minimalistic vibe, but with the compatibility of a female vocalist. It worked out really well as our good friend Eliza (who we didn't know even sang!) nailed it."
This new production comes on the heels of "To Be," another track that showcases this duo's brilliant production abilities. Human Movement also recently delivered their very first guestmix for NEST HQ, showing that they've got skills outside of the studio as well.
With an output rate like no other and a dropbox "overflowing with beastly material for 2015," we're waiting anxiously as they get set to release a full EP this year. Keep an eye out for the official "Paradise" music video (which you can catch a sneak peek of on their Facebook page), and stay tuned for more great things to come from Human Movement soon.