While the track certainly possesses some major player support, ‘Down’s’ eye-catching placements aren’t just for show – the project is something special. From its heavy bass riffs, overlying banjo, and entrancing top line, the track is simply addictive. Giving off a bit of a ZHU-esque tenor, the tune uses a somber ambiance to complement the uniquely dark, lofty vocals of Moinè. It may not be a tune you’ll hear at your favorite festival or local venue, however, this is the classic case of an intriguingly casual listen.
It’s the psychedelic overtones and overall production value are something you don’t normally associate with dance in today’s market. In a roundabout way, however, that’s exactly what makes the work so attractive. On top of the tune itself, ‘Down’ also came equipped with an equally as entrancing music video. It’s quick cuts between vocalist Moinè and the videos draped dancer give the tune even more of a psychedelic feel.
Take a peek for yourself and watch the music video for Moinè vs Spada’s ‘Down‘ below, and grab your copy here.