Eskuche's 'Robot Love' is a refined debut to Desert Hearts [EP Review] – Dancing Astronaut

Eskuche is a producer who is aware of a lot about persistence, timing, and grit. The New York native has been a fixture of his underground scene for fairly a while, proliferating sultry strains of home that landed him and his former collaborator Nu Sky among the many first to signal onto Lee Foss‘ Repopulate Mars. His personal work after transferring again into solo territory founds its means onto labels like Hot Creations by Jamie Jones, Deeperfect, and extra. Bolstering his profession much more was Eskuche’s determination to make the pilgrimage to Ibiza, the place he’s been a heavy participant within the island’s summer season occasion circuit for 2 seasons now. The transfer has solely earned him additional acclaim among the many deep and tech spheres.

Another model that’d had their eyes on him for fairly a while was Desert Hearts, the enduring competition model with a label arm to match. They’ve managed to snag Eskuche for a three-tracker titled Robot Love, which many would possibly agree is an explosive debut to the imprint. Despite its excessive vitality ranges, the EP carries a refined, European affect that has certainly come from Eskuche’s earlier dabblings.

Its epnoymous opening observe is sort of minimal other than its punchy bassline and crisp tech-based percussion, utilizing robotic bleeps to foster a futuristic tone that ultimately opens right into a cacaphony of vocal edits and synth wails to spark motion on the dancefloor. “Deez Nuts” follows fits within the minimal themes, pitching up the BPM and anchoring round its percussive layers to in the end really feel just like the EP’s peak. Finally, Robot Love settles on a gentle, “It’s Okay,” which might really feel proper at house at an elrow get together — or maybe, a Paradise occasion, the place the expertise frequents. Eskuche is definitely one to observe on the East Coast home entrance.