Bad Tuner’s Must-Try EP Is Timeless Dance Music At Its Finest –

We found the special kind of project that can only be described as refreshing; the kinds of timeless cuts you envision dusted from the depths of a Bushwick vinyl lair, labeled “unavailable” when you search for them on Shazam.

If you don’t already know the Brooklyn bedroom producer, bad tuner, with his new EP back to my it’s time to get acquainted.

Released September 23 via LG105, the EP is an atmospheric ode to sunset-to-sunrise Saturdays, capturing the spirit of an all-night clubbing affair in just four tracks. One song, “oxygen,” was the result of a hunt for singers on TikTok. Another, “no peace”, was inspired by Frankie Knuckles, the “godfather of house music”.

It’s this knowledge of no time but a good time that makes back to my come out. House and disco see their classic synths reborn, invigorated by modern trends like bass house and swirls of poppy psychedelia. Sebatian Adé’s unique and show-stealing tone is added to “loverboi” and “echorain” for more spice and soul, tribal drums resounding under soft and ample tones.

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While Bad Tuner’s old school inspirations aren’t exactly groundbreaking in this current wave of dance music, there’s just something pure and breezy about back to my this Is feel revolutionary. Maybe it’s how you can not only rock to this music with your eyes closed, but tap into the security and bliss of pure existence. These songs capture the principles on which house and disco were founded in a way that the bad tuner’s high-profile contemporaries have yet to master.

“I love playing ‘no peace’ at my gigs because it’s a perfect match. It’s a slower, more introspective track, leaving the dance floor in a good mood,” said Bad Tuner. “Dancing on your own, looking within, realizing that in order to have a relationship, you first have to be authentic and treat others with respect.”

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