|Add Date:||2011-12-11||Pull Date:||2012-02-12||Charts:||Electronic|
|Week Ending:||Feb 12||Dec 18|
|1.||Feb 07, 2012:||AudioVault
Frozen Flower (Midland Remix)
|2.||Dec 13, 2011:||Post-PACC
Frozen Flower (Youandewan Remix), Frozen Flower (Midland Remix)
Sei A otherwise known as "Andy Graham" is a Glasgow born native who has recently transplanted to London. His inspiration for music comes from his hometown and the industrial submergence. Andy has a foray of film scores and you can definitely hear that in his music. This is someone to watch out for.
All tracks have their own unique vibe but check out #2 and #3
1) The Midland remix starts off with a calming atmosphere. The beats kicks in and takes a steady ride. About halfway through the song it breaks down then the chords change up and keeps the vibe going.
2) The is the "Frozen Flower" original. The first part of the track starts with a minimal beat. Sparse voice samples come in and out of the track and accompany peaceful synth pads. The song doesn't revolve around a big beat but rather by clever voice samples and cool atmosphere.
3) This track kicks off and immediately slows down time.This is a slow groove that makes you want to just jump in a convertible, put the top down while taking a long slow drive by the coast. This is pure head nodding bliss!
4)Track starts out with a simple beat. Synth bells come in take you into a cinematic journey. Interesting sounds come in and out of the song and give it a weird atmosphere. Toward the end the track peaks with about one minute left and then fades off with the beats it started with.
|1.||Frozen Flower (Midland Remix)||3.||Frozen Flower (Youandewan Remix)|
|2.||Frozen Flower (Original)||4.||Reasons|