Synthesized strands of ambient melody rain down on us from above. As they make contact with our ears, their sharp tonality gives them a jagged finish that contrasts severely with their lush texture. Seductive wisps through the atmosphere around us like an icy winter breeze and cools off the heat that is starting to emanate from a rising undercurrent bassline undertone.
In this latest single titled “Your Dance,” Project Six (aka Steve Salter) proves that he’s not above experimenting with his sound nor trying the untried techniques that so many of his contemporaries would reject without reason, and he finds some marvelous results, to put it mildly.
The production quality in this song is absolutely top-shelf. The rhythm is a bit understated, but it doesn’t lag behind the deliberately drawn-out vibe. An experimental resonance hangs over the ambient sound here, and it extends itself into all the instruments, and while it’s cerebral (and even somewhat ambient in many spots), it’s anything but inaccessible or overly eccentric. I get the impression that Steve Salter wants to see how far he can push himself as an artist in this song, and he produces a single that definitely makes me want to hear more of his out-of-the-box concepts in the future.