The Snoeflakes: Various Artists series is back with the 9th edition and it is reaching new standards with four outstanding tracks. Featured this time around is standout artist Petey Mac who holds the soundtrack down in “All Night” alongside Yabé.
The first track that was originally assigned to V.A. “All Night” and the fourth on the EP, is a collaboration between USA based Petey Mac and Yabé. Its dreamy vocal elements transcend along the powerful percussion and are met with a pushing synth. All of these pieces come together to create a dynamic soundscape that continuously increases momentum and allows the listeners to create the perfect groove on the dancefloor.
“All Night” follows Petey Mac’s earlier EP this year titled Peaceful Protest. Working with Pulitzer Prize winner Ian Urbina as part of Urbina’s The Outlaw Ocean Music Project, Petey sampled Urbina’s field recordings that he collected while writing his NY Times Best-selling novel, The Outlaw Ocean, and fused them into amazing music. The end result garnered support from Pandora, NPR, Billboard, and National Geographic.
“Chapter Three” instantly sparks interest thanks to the undeniable groove and powerhouse bassline. It sets the ideal foundation for the fun vocal chops and funky sounds, making it a great dance floor release. SNOE has welcomed back Mitch Dodge with his addition, “Day 9.” This is the second tune on the EP, packing in more energy, plenty of bounce, and uplifting vibes.
The third release, “Invisible” comes from Doc Brown and was also found during the demo session. With a tad darker mood than the rest of the tracks, the wistful and melancholic synth swells beautifully on top of the captivating groove. Its elements left the team at SNOE instantly in love, and they make you nostalgic for those intense moments you experience in a club where you feel completely free through music.
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