44 Ardent is a grasp at his craft, with a singular capacity at mixing ambient soundscapes with addictive deep area grooves. His newest unmarried “bones (sinking like stones)” isn’t any exception, superbly showcasing no longer simplest his skill, however how in point of fact particular of an artist he’s.
The vocals has a tranquil, just about comfortable high quality that soothes your frame instantaneously whilst swaying percussion and cushy synth melodies envelop your in a heat embody.
“This music was once written in early 2022 when Meanjin (Brisbane) was once flooding. Floods are heartbreaking occasions and can also be life-changing stories for the ones concerned. The flood was once devastating, nevertheless it additionally highlighted the power and resilience of our neighborhood. It’s somewhat simple to lose religion in humanity every now and then, however throughout the floods, everybody rallied in combination and there have been numerous other folks serving to general strangers to wash up and transfer property. So, to me, I discovered that there was once some good looks in among all of the destruction – a silver lining, I assume.
This music is a little of a mirrored image at the feelings I used to be feeling on the time. It was once to start with a miles slower, sadder music, however through the years throughout the writing procedure, I finished up rushing it up a good bit and replacing the way. I assume at its core, it’s a music about other folks coming in combination in tricky occasions. I love to suppose that most of the people are inherently excellent and attempting their very best, and occasions like those do assist to beef up that trust.” ~ 44 Ardent
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