Gigamesh – Time Travel Vol. II [Album Review]
Having released the first half of his ‘Time Travel’ album back in August, L.A. based producer Gigamesh carries on his momentum into the second volume, as he combines indie-electronic with cutting edge house, pushing the boundaries of modern dance music and expanding upon his timeless sound.
Kicking things off is ‘Things Will Get Better‘, an enchanting, soulful track with a funky vibe filtered throughout. Driven by Gigamesh’s signature future-pop styled synths, the impressive vocals add another dimension to the track. Next up is ‘Synchronize‘ featuring Kaleena Zanders, filled with glorious pads and a groovy beat that underpin the vocals nicely. Whilst ‘All Night‘ is certainly one of the stand out tracks from the album, with a real Daft Punk feel to it. The track’s classic disco vibe is aided by the fantastic effects added to the vocals, with highlight Gigamesh’s production talents.
‘Momento‘ continues in a similar fashion, with a chilled future feel from the outset. This one will work perfectly at a chilled summer pool party. Many of Gigamesh’s fans will already be familiar with the final song of the album, aptly entitled ‘The Music‘. This track takes the listener on an uplifting journey, guaranteed to leave them satisfied in the way that only emotive music can. The genius blend of chords makes up for the perfect conclusion to this timeless album.
Stream and purchase ‘Time Travel Volume II’ here.