Harry Nathan Brings A Classic House Style
A fresh new release from Harry Nathan brings out a classic house feel with a cinematic and swelling undertone that features some swirling synths and a vast soundscape that grows as the song plays on.
"So Real" has a lot of old school elements about it and I think that's part of why it's so likeable and so familiar.
It's got a great blend of old school and nude School elements from keys to vocals being blended in and combining textures together to create something that has its own atmosphere.
There's a lot about this track that feels a little bit cinematic as well and that also plays a hand in its addictiveness and its slight mystery that it keeps you.
You got a cool feel for the way that the artist and producer builds his tracks and how he wants you to receive them.
The truck boasts some outstanding production technique but nothing too over the top so it still has a crisp feel while keeping it slightly familiar and comfortable which is a very good thing.
This track is perfect for the clubs or for a good drive and even for working out I found. There is some really cool drive behind it that has an impactful feel even though the song still has this sort of mellow and coming undertone to it.
A great soundscape built from experience and refreshing approach to production is what makes this song so addictive and what let's say sort of grabs at you and keeps you where it wants you.
There's nothing wrong with little bits of escapism when it comes to listening to music.
This track is a perfect example of just that.