Last September Oscar L, an important figure in the national electronic music scene, debuted on Truesoul with “Konfusion”. A House Tech Funk EP inspired in the nineties that showed off the Spanish’s talent and skills.
But its importance doesn’t reside only in the fact that it was a strong release but in the excellent reception that it experimented resulting in Truesoul, not hesitating to keep Oscar L as a member of its family. A close bond that now keeps consolidating with the release of “Multiplayer”.
A triple dose of groove, that is how Adam Beyer’s label defines the Spanish new EP. “Multiplayer” kicks off with “Monster Tube”, a deep roller that sees chunky percussion rub shoulders with dizzying arpeggiated melody lines.
It’s followed by “Multiplayer”, which shows us a different facet of the artist with a cheeky vocal sample bringing verge and energy to the groovy bed of drums that sit beneath. And lastly, we have “Primewire” that rounds out the triumvirate of tracks working superbly as a functional and energetic DJ tool.