Acid Camp Records launches now with its debut release, Simic's “Corot-7b." The Seattle-based artist's full-length EP, features four original tracks along with a remix of the record’s single “Corot-7b” by John Tejada.
The title track sets the mood for a truly special record. Deep at heart, the moody track brings an expansive, spacey vibe. It's a dynamic techno track that centers you. Tejada remixes “Corot-7b” into a groovier, forward-moving track with a bassline that brings forth a bouncy and overarching uplifting mood. Whether it be a sunrise set or poolside feels, this is what your perfect sun-filled day sounds like.
"Sysop 1" opens up side B with a catchy, quick-witted synth line that eventually draws in a light tempered shaker. The first two minutes of the track build you up to release you into an airy and atmospheric vibe. Then the synth line enters for a cosmic cool down that waxes and wanes between building the track up to bring it back down. The last track on the record, "Expressway," is light and dreamy — a diverse ambient track that can be the perfect warm up or cool down. The track makes eloquent use of percussion in the form of chimes, wood blocks, and bells.
This release holds court with Acid Camp’s expanding reputation. Just like the podcasts and parties, this record is uncompromisingly thoughtful and well curated. It lends to us surreal, forward-thinking tracks that are notably memorable & dynamic.