Gardens of God to release new EP full of hypnotic techno on Maceo Plex’s Ellum Black.

Here we always talk about exquisite music, that’s why this post is dedicated to Maceo Plex record label Ellum Black upcoming release. This time it has three new tracks with the brand and style of the label, what is supposed when the music comes from a Dj and Producer who seems to be favorite and regular for Ellum parties across the globe after standout releases and remixes, i’m talkin about Mindaugas Lapinskis aka Gardens Of God.

The new release is entitled “Ken” and the official release date is due to march 8, 2019 in Vinyl and Digital version via Ellum Black, Links to buy below in this post. Basically the release is tremendous, minimal in essence combined with the finest delayed drums and hypnotic, knee-buckling bass, the three tracks are bombs.
Below a little video of how Gardens of gods created the \”Ken\” track of this release.
Overview. Even though his name’s been on plenty of lips since the drop of his debut EP, ‘Ys’, released back in 2014, each new record from Gardens Of God comes as a fresh and vibrant kiss of life to whichever label gets him to grace its grooves. Back on Ellum Black to kick off the new year after three outings in the imprint’s main series, the Lithuanian producer unleashes one of his home-cooked assortments of stripped-down, yet salient, warehouse-sized brain melters.
Starting with the title-track ‘Ken’, which – sure to have the fierce winds of dementia blowing on all dance-floors it comes across – lays down a balanced mix of textural roundness and train-like dynamism with an ever trenchant, gut-punching churn. Minimal in essence but forged in the strongest of alloys, GoG’s compositions keep rolling and pitching like carbon-made nutshells in a tempest of raging elements. Same goes with the tribal dub of ‘Spirits’, which trades most of the opener’s spheric bounce for a harsher, steelier kind of rhythmic shuffle, whilst lifting its listener to a further entrancing state of mind.
Rushing headlong into euphoric 4/4 terrains, the steady rolling highlight ‘Bell You’ nails it on an even more addictive note with its delicate wind chimes cutting a path of illumination across intricate games of delayed drums and hypnotic, knee-buckling bass moves from down the greater depths. ‘Ken EP’ encapsulates most of what makes Garden of God’s singular appeal: a subtly-inlaid hybrid of trancey buildups, electronica-infused melodicism and an out-there, big-room-dedicated pound that’s no other aim but to morph a disparate crowd into one giant, malleable mass of pleasure and ecstasy. Tune yourself in.

Listen to Ken by Gardens of God. 

Cover Artwork.
Artist. Gardens of God
Title. Ken
Release date. March 15, 2019
Format. Vinyl 12″ / Digital download
Label. Ellum Black




A1 / 1. Ken
A2 / 2. Spirits
B1 / 3. Bell You
Written, produced & mixed by Gardens of God
Distributed by Above Distribution
Cat. No. ELLB004 – all rights reserved
℗ & © Ellum Black 2019

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