Bablak describes his own sound – “I try to create intelligent music for intelligent people. Sometimes it sounds strange & unusual. But that’s the sound of my soul & I can’t help it…”
Circles is a beautiful slice of underground melancholia, with a pixie-like female vocal, pitted against pitched down growls, wild analogue bass and motion-filled breakbeats.
Berlin’s Fernan Dust brings deft production and musical skills to the remix, keeping that off kilter melancholic emotion, adding fx-laden tones, crisp drums, an arrangement full of depth, space and air, and a big, big bassline for for big, big sound systems. We then head to the East of the UK – Kent’s own underground meister Stretch Silvester lets the vocals shine through, and last but not least Essex lad Paul Hutchinson adds fierce house vibes with some tasty percussive touches.