AK - Metamorphosis
Refreshing is an understatement when it comes to AK’s latest single, “Metamorphosis.” The unique blend of downtempo electronic, chillwave and moments of neo-classical is exactly what I needed to hear this Friday afternoon.
Opening the song is a cool, calm and well placed piano chords that echo throughout the core of the track. Surrounding it is a sub bass that pairs extraordinarily well with it. Something about the opposites of these two sounds gives it a special sorta flair, one that I was immediately drawn into upon my first listen.
For those of you who enjoy Bonobo, Kiasmos or Feverkin, I think you’ll absolutely love AK’s work as “Metamorphosis” takes you on an unforgettable journey.
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