Need For Mirrors – ‘Arp Tune’

Need For Mirrors – Arp Tune/Reverie
Released March 8th 2019

Hot on the heels of his recently released ‘Royal Blood’ EP on ProgRAM, plus an exclusive appearance on the Drum & Bass Annual 2019 compilation with ‘Big Pharma,’ it’s time for Need For Mirrors’ full debut release on RAM – due out on March 8th.

‘Arp Tune’ immerses you in the cinematic side of what the Londoner can do as a producer. It’s epic in sound and scale, with a stadium sized feel to it; yet none of the intricacies and delicate touches that that drive it are sacrificed because of that. From the arpeggiated notes to its piano lead line with subtle hints of reverb, ‘Arp Tune’ truly signals Need For Mirrors’ arrival on the label.

Similarly, ‘Reverie’ keeps the theme and tone of its predecessor – orchestral string plucks are underpinned by a pitch-bending distorted synth, which itself is juxtaposed by twinkling melodies. Add in some crisp percussion and breaks and you truly see why ‘Reverie’ sits perfectly beside the lead track.

Both tracks prove that RAM and Need For Mirrors refuse to be defined by what people think they should sound like. Quality is always the first and most important factor and with ‘Arp Tune’ and ‘Reverie,’ we’re graced with two stunning pieces of music.

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Need For Mirrors – ‘Reverie’

Need For Mirrors – ‘Arp Tune’ / ‘Reverie’
Released March 8th 2019

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Hot on the heels of his recently released ‘Royal Blood’ EP on ProgRAM, plus an exclusive appearance on the Drum & Bass Annual 2019 compilation with ‘Big Pharma,’ it’s time for Need For Mirrors’ full debut release on RAM – due out on March 8th.

‘Arp Tune’ immerses you in the cinematic side of what the Londoner can do as a producer. It’s epic in sound and scale, with a stadium sized feel to it; yet none of the intricacies and delicate touches that that drive it are sacrificed because of that. From the arpeggiated notes to its piano lead line with subtle hints of reverb, ‘Arp Tune’ truly signals Need For Mirrors’ arrival on the label.

Similarly, ‘Reverie’ keeps the theme and tone of its predecessor – orchestral string plucks are underpinned by a pitch-bending distorted synth, which itself is juxtaposed by twinkling melodies. Add in some crisp percussion and breaks and you truly see why ‘Reverie’ sits perfectly beside the lead track.

Both tracks prove that RAM and Need For Mirrors refuse to be defined by what people think they should sound like. Quality is always the first and most important factor and with ‘Arp Tune’ and ‘Reverie,’ we’re graced with two stunning pieces of music.

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Need For Mirrors – ‘Royal Blood’

Need For Mirrors
‘Royal Blood EP’
Released 15th February 2019
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A true master of his craft, it is no surprise Joe Moses’ work as Need For Mirrors is so prolific. There’s a vision to it: from the look of the art to the sound of the music – it’s all in the detail.

His ‘Veto’ EP was the first seed sown of a relationship between the Soul in Motion co-founder and ProgRAM, and they have him back with the ‘Royal Blood’ EP. Four cuts deep with a range of styles on display, the monumental title track ‘Royal Blood’ is a rallying battle cry where earth shuddering horns blare throughout, giving it a movie score feel. The deliciously titled ‘Midnight at Morleys’ wobbles over rolling beats, subtle conga rides and distorted vocal patches. Layered piano and a tight sub bass help give ‘Keep Going’ a classy, intricate sound on the EP’s most musical offering. ‘Dummy’ closes the show with twinkling, delicate notes juxtaposed with a grimy bassline and shuffling, pacy drum patterns. All in all, the ‘Royal Blood’ EP is an exquisite collection of tracks from an artist whose output continues to impress.

Make sure to look out for forthcoming Need For Mirrors material on Ram Records, but right now these four tracks implore you to stay with the ProgRAM.

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Need For Mirrors – ‘Dummy’

Need For Mirrors
‘Royal Blood EP’
Released 15th February 2019
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A true master of his craft, it is no surprise Joe Moses’ work as Need For Mirrors is so prolific. There’s a vision to it: from the look of the art to the sound of the music – it’s all in the detail.

His ‘Veto’ EP was the first seed sown of a relationship between the Soul in Motion co-founder and ProgRAM, and they have him back with the ‘Royal Blood’ EP. Four cuts deep with a range of styles on display, the monumental title track ‘Royal Blood’ is a rallying battle cry where earth shuddering horns blare throughout, giving it a movie score feel. The deliciously titled ‘Midnight at Morleys’ wobbles over rolling beats, subtle conga rides and distorted vocal patches. Layered piano and a tight sub bass help give ‘Keep Going’ a classy, intricate sound on the EP’s most musical offering. ‘Dummy’ closes the show with twinkling, delicate notes juxtaposed with a grimy bassline and shuffling, pacy drum patterns. All in all, the ‘Royal Blood’ EP is an exquisite collection of tracks from an artist whose output continues to impress.

Make sure to look out for forthcoming Need For Mirrors material on Ram Records, but right now these four tracks implore you to stay with the ProgRAM.

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Need For Mirrors – ‘Midnight At Morleys’

Need For Mirrors
‘Royal Blood EP’
Released 15th February 2019
PRGRAM075

A true master of his craft, it is no surprise Joe Moses’ work as Need For Mirrors is so prolific. There’s a vision to it: from the look of the art to the sound of the music – it’s all in the detail.

His ‘Veto’ EP was the first seed sown of a relationship between the Soul in Motion co-founder and ProgRAM, and they have him back with the ‘Royal Blood’ EP. Four cuts deep with a range of styles on display, the monumental title track ‘Royal Blood’ is a rallying battle cry where earth shuddering horns blare throughout, giving it a movie score feel. The deliciously titled ‘Midnight at Morleys’ wobbles over rolling beats, subtle conga rides and distorted vocal patches. Layered piano and a tight sub bass help give ‘Keep Going’ a classy, intricate sound on the EP’s most musical offering. ‘Dummy’ closes the show with twinkling, delicate notes juxtaposed with a grimy bassline and shuffling, pacy drum patterns. All in all, the ‘Royal Blood’ EP is an exquisite collection of tracks from an artist whose output continues to impress.

Make sure to look out for forthcoming Need For Mirrors material on Ram Records, but right now these four tracks implore you to stay with the ProgRAM.

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Need For Mirrors – ‘Keep Going’

Need For Mirrors
‘Royal Blood EP’
Released 15th February 2019
PRGRAM075

A true master of his craft, it is no surprise Joe Moses’ work as Need For Mirrors is so prolific. There’s a vision to it: from the look of the art to the sound of the music – it’s all in the detail.

His ‘Veto’ EP was the first seed sown of a relationship between the Soul in Motion co-founder and ProgRAM, and they have him back with the ‘Royal Blood’ EP. Four cuts deep with a range of styles on display, the monumental title track ‘Royal Blood’ is a rallying battle cry where earth shuddering horns blare throughout, giving it a movie score feel. The deliciously titled ‘Midnight at Morleys’ wobbles over rolling beats, subtle conga rides and distorted vocal patches. Layered piano and a tight sub bass help give ‘Keep Going’ a classy, intricate sound on the EP’s most musical offering. ‘Dummy’ closes the show with twinkling, delicate notes juxtaposed with a grimy bassline and shuffling, pacy drum patterns. All in all, the ‘Royal Blood’ EP is an exquisite collection of tracks from an artist whose output continues to impress.

Make sure to look out for forthcoming Need For Mirrors material on Ram Records, but right now these four tracks implore you to stay with the ProgRAM.

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