Eden Prince makes house magnetic on 'Memories'
An intoxicating concoction of bass and Eden Prince‘s entrancing house sensibilities culminate in Nonô feature, “Memories.” Looping verses and the kick of drums are stimulating constituents that douse the production in a dusky kind of underground sound that would electrify dance floors, were listeners able to toe them.
Dark and deep in its allure, “Memories” is no one listen and then progress to the next song on the playlist type of production. It doesn’t just invite a replay—it warrants one, and Eden Prince gives his listeners an excuse to do just that…well, sort of. Accompanying the standard edit of “Memories” is an extended mix that sees Eden Prince double down on the run-time to extend the party, whether streamers are listening solo or with company. “Memories” is out now Axtone.
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