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Frequenc – Quantum [Just Movement]

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The latest release from Just Movement welcomes Frequenc to the label for his debut EP. The Mexican artist first emerged a decade ago with a string of releases via Karmak Records. With a progressive mindset, the Mexico City resident continued to develop his sound, going on to find a more permanent home on Nicholas Van Orton's Balkan Connection South America and furthermore 3xA Music, Clinique Sampler and long-standing Mexican imprint Mystic Carousel Records. Although quiet across 2021, Frequenc now adds Just Movement to his resume with Quantum EP, containing two originals alongside remixes on Quantum from Sanchez and Piektun and J-Sevilla.

Beginning with 'Quantum', Frequenc dives into the pure progressive side of his repertoire. Its punchy beats and rippling groove carry a large presence, while waves of clattering percussion and rolling rhythms advance the narrative. As momentum builds, soulful melodies and emotive chord changes play off each other for dynamic moments. Free flowing into the break, gentle harmonics add nicely to its poignant disposition, setting in motion a classy build towards a glowing finale. The companion piece 'Transitions' continues the smooth progressive minded flow with a gorgeous hypnotic narrative. A rolling low end sets the track in motion as hopeful pads and buoyant rhythms move through the framework as the main break commences. Light and uplifting, the interlude sits at the core of the storyboard, with its timeless appeal eventually revealing a heartfelt melody, before perfectly segueing into a soaring finale.

The first interpretation of 'Quantum' is provided by Sanchez and Piektun who make their label debut. Having been studio partners for a decade, the Argentinian duo lays claim to an impressive discography highlighted by releases via Balkan Connection South America, BC2, Entangled and OLD SQL Recordings. With a remix for Smart Phenomena Records to begin the year, Sanchez and Piektun make their Just Movement debut with a quality remix of 'Quantum'. Backed by a tough, chunky groove the Argentinian duo's bright percussion and bouncy rhythms quickly appease the senses. Playful melodies add a joyous air, representing the spirit of the original perfectly, while a gorgeous break seals its brilliance through transcendent harmonies, colourful textures and wispy effects.

The release concludes with J-Sevilla returning to the label and providing the second and final interpretation of 'Quantum'. The Mexican artist made his first appearance on the Dutch imprint in 2017 with a contribution to the label's popular 'Winter Sampler', before returning in 2019 as part of the 'Summer VA' collection. Also finding a home on Balkan Connection and BCSA, J-Sevilla now returns to Just Movement with a groovy take on 'Quantum'. Engaging from the outset, its muscular framework is crafted to perfection, with warm rhythms and pulsating basslines converging for a powerful free form story. Hazy atmospheres and luminous tones lift the mood higher as the first act evolves, bringing with it the soulful qualities which make the original so great. Perfectly timed, the track's centrepiece is tastefully musical, showcasing the main theme amidst an array of charming effects and crunchy rhythms, before smoothly shifting energy into an uplifting final movement. A brilliant remix from J-Sevilla which rounds out another must have release from Just Movement.

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Release Date: 28-02-2021

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