Skekz - Terminus
We’re back with another lovely gem from the downtempo producer, Skekz. This time it’s the track, “Terminus” from his latest release, Sleeper.
The song opens with a rich percussion section that is quickly paired with warm orchestral strings. It’s an inviting atmosphere, one that puts the listener at ease as they hear the incredible soundscape Skekz so easily creates. A solid combination of jazz and ambience, this track combines various elements from both genres and has a cinematic nature in tone. Towards the end of the song, we’re greeted with what feels like the grand finale - a build up in strings and percussion that is heavy in melancholy and sadness but beautiful nonetheless.
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