It's been over a year since Sasha released new material on Last Night on Earth, so expectations are high for what he will deliver on "Singularity". On the title track, he strips back melodies and removes his love of textured breakdowns to deliver a driving, acid-tinged workout. It only starts to move into the storied UK DJ's epic sensibility after a good four minutes, but even then the break down is more frosty and menacing than usual. It sounds like Sasha has found a kindred spirit in the shape of Baile. The US artist is tasked with reworking "Singularity", and does a fine job, fusing melancholic guitar riffs with the seemingly disparate but in reality cohesive combination of menacing low end and warbling, high end melodies.
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