Everything Needs to be Clear

by Erell Ranson

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ABOUT THE RELEASE:

Erell Ranson is based in the north of France and has already released memorable records on Arne Weinberg’s AW-Recordings, as well as on his own Myself label. He expresses his personality through these soulful productions, and this new release on aDepth demonstrates how his great talent has developed even further. Each track on the new Everything needs to be clear EP is an individual musical journey in its own right.

The 4 track EP begins with Erell’s original version of ‘Everything Needs to Be Clear’. Its combination of gentle chords with electro beats is the foundation of the musical ideas explored throughout this release. The second track, ‘So strange to explain’, is deeper and an adventurous fusion of dark, intense tones, swirling beats and insistent percussion.

On the flipside, Canadian Rennie Foster remixes the title track, and delivers a fine piece of modern dancefloor techno which respects the key elements of title track. Erell’s ‘Sandcastle’ closes the EP, and its sophisticated yet punchy bassline and fragile synths recall some classic early ‘90s productions.

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released February 3, 2011

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