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Kate Pending Drops Entrancing Debut Album ‘Pigmented Reality’

Broadening my musical palate and expanding my horizons is an album called ‘Pigmented Reality’, courtesy of Berlin-based electronic producer Kate Pending. Offering up a smorgasbord of genres and styles, it’s a record that provides a deeply entrancing listening experience, and one that I’ve fallen deeply in love with.

From breakbeat and deep house to techno and downtempo, Kate doesn’t shy away from getting experimental and inventive. Exploring the outer edges of electronic music, she concocts a daring and diverse sonic landscape that needs to be absorbed in its entirety.

The intro, ‘Lost Ways’, incorporates the names of tunes featured on the album, and serves as the perfect gateway to the journey that lies ahead. ‘Soma Sequence’, a track inspired by Aldous Huxley’s ‘Brave New Word’ then steps up to the plate, providing an immersive and hypnotic blend of electronic textures that mesmerizes from start to finish.

‘Futile Resistance’ sends out a nod to The Borg, an alien group that appears as recurring antagonists in the Star Trek universe, before the record’s title track makes its dreamy appearance.

All in all, ‘Pigmented Reality’ is a sonic voyage that you wish didn’t have to end. Spellbinding, gripping, and simply exceptional!

Serious album alert! Enjoy ‘Pigmented Reality’ on Spotify now:


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