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Eichenbaum – The Two Faces of Bliss [Deepwibe Underground]

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Deepwibe Underground opens the spring season by welcoming Eichenbaum to the label for his debut EP. Born in Argentina, but now based in New Zealand, Andres Eichenbaum aka Eichenbaum began his journey into electronic music at a young age. Cutting his teeth as a DJ first, Andres shared the booth with some of Argentina's best home-grown talent at the trendiest venues throughout Buenos Aires, before eventually relocating to Waiheke Island, New Zealand. Continuing his journey as DJ down under, Andres has programmed music for some of Auckland's premiere venues, most notably Neck of the Woods, Studio The Venue and AURA, while opening for international talents Booka Shade and Dave Seaman. Early into his production career, Eichenbaum first appeared in January of 2021 with a contribution to the Soundteller Records 'Vibrant Vibeland' series, before going on to land projects via Droid9, Dopamine White and Massive Harmony. Now embarking on the biggest release of his career, Andres adds Deepwibe Underground to his resume with 'The Two Faces of Bliss', alongside a remix from Andres Moris.

Spread across three tracks it's the smooth melodic sounds of 'Days of Breeze' which gets the EP underway. Here Eichenbaum works bubbly, trance inducing arps over a nostalgic, key changing groove and wavy chord stabs. The energy, flow and overall design quality are impressive, making for a smooth and exhilarating first act which perfectly sets up a goosebump worthy break, striking build and suitably colourful finale. Meanwhile, on 'Diversion' the tempo and drive come up a touch with a warm machine gun style groove, retro-arps and rising, tension filled tones coming together for a first act which is both groovy and euphoric. Eventually melting down to a warm, cavernous glow, the interlude delights with it's hopeful overlays and trancy overtones eventually giving way to a buzzing drop and emotive final movement. The third and also title selection follows suit with what is perhaps the most poignant production of three. The slow decay where beats and percussion melt down to a reflective glow during the break will no doubt be a magical moment on a host of dance floors, with a well crafted finale that carries that disposition home without losing sight of it's sensational groove.

Also making his label debut and providing the lone interpretation of 'Diversion' is Andres Moris. The fast rising Argentine has continued to impress this year with recent releases via One Of A Kind and Suza Records. As a prolific remixer, the Cordoba resident always manages to craft something with a great nose for the dance floor and he's done just that with his 'Diversion' remix. Andres' utilizes the main parts really well here, incorporating them into a more robust and effects-laden framework, for a near nine minute journey that is nicely suited to peak time. The break in particular is hugely memorable, vaguely reminiscent of something Humate would have done back in the day with it's fuzzed-out chord stabs and shape-shifting atmospherics, all conveyed with a modern flair of course. A powerful remix from Andres which makes for a hugely successful Deepwibe Underground debut for both himself and Eichenbaum. Highly recommended.

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Release Date: 15-04-2021

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