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Koreless – Seven

Koreless – Seven

“Seven” by Koreless is a sonic sculpture shaped in the quiet of the Welsh countryside, showcasing Lewis Roberts’ mastery in creating music that resonates deeply within the electronic landscape. This new single arrives with the fresh aura of rural creativity, following his celebrated album “Agor.”

The track unfolds with a minimalist yet potent approach, utilizing sparse textures that swell into a rich, immersive soundscape. Koreless’s ability to manipulate silence and sound creates a tension that is both meditative and dynamic, echoing the solitude and expansiveness of his new setting. This piece has quickly become a circuit favorite, gracing the playlists of influential DJs such as Daphni, Four Tet, and HAAi, the latter incorporating “Seven (Drumhell),” an alternative version, into her DJ Kicks compilation.

Beyond his solo projects, Koreless continues to expand his musical boundaries through collaborations, notably composing an original score for the film “MEDUSA DELUXE” and working alongside choreographer Sharon Eyal. His work not only captivates listeners but also traverses different artistic domains, proving music’s power to move beyond sound into movement and narrative.

“Seven” is not just a track but an exploration of space and restraint, an auditory journey that asks you to listen deeply and let the sparse yet rich textures wash over you. It stands as a testament to Koreless’s evolving artistic vision and his knack for crafting tracks that are as contemplative as they are captivating.

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