El Modena - Lagoa
Ambient minimalism is one of my deepest loves, it’s a genre I can get lost within for hours on end. Despite how much of an appreciation I have for the genre, it’s not often that I come across works in which I leave on repeat and let myself drift within. However, that all changed when I heard the track, “Lagoa” from the Houston based producer, El Modena (Evan O’Neil).
In this six minute track, a spacious environment filled with lush synths and textured tones weaves in and out of focus. I highly recommend turning this song on the highest volume possible and embracing every note that comes your way. Whether it’s for meditating or drifting to sleep at night, this is a gorgeous track that shouldn’t be missed.
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