Noneohone’s otherworldly ‘Arclight/Vivid’ melds ’90s rave beats with psychedelic house

Noneohone’s otherworldly ‘Arclight/Vivid’ melds ’90s rave beats with psychedelic house

Retro and futuristic all at once, this release will have you longing for the dancefloor.

Melbourne-via-Scotland producer Andrew Beveridge – aka Noneohone – has delivered a new release in the form of Arclight/Vivid. The double-sided release comprises two pieces, drawing from retro and contemporary sounds to create an ethereal sonic journey.

Showcasing his admiration for analog synths, ‘Arclight’ embodies the golden age of rave, driven by a dramatic breakbeat harkening ’90s jungle.

Side B slows things down with ‘Vivid’, a cinematic journey through psychedelic glitch house which exemplifies Noneohone’s penchant for wobbly, left-field beats.

Coming in at just shy of ten minutes in total, it’s a concise exploration of classic breaks and new-age IDM, bridging the gap between modern club music and atmospheric electronica. If you’re looking for some beats to totally bliss out to, look no further than Noneohone.

Check out Arclight/Vivid below.

For more from Noneohone, visit his Bandcamp or Facebook page

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