Following its inaugural outing in November 2018, Dutch imprint ninih is back with a release from Eversines, an artist operating as a part of Amsterdam’s collaborative De Lichting project. A selection of creative club cuts, Bloei comes as an interposed ‘package of personal stories’ scaling across the landscapes of breakbeat, ambient, electro and gabber.
Curated by Bordello A Parigi affiliate Pieter Jansen, ninih stands as a sonic antithesis to his other label and an admittedly more esoteric platform, You’re Everything You’ve Ever Heard (yeyeh). Of all the music put out by Jansen on either label to date, Eversines’ Bloei is decidedly the most dancefloor-orientated, yet unsurprisingly, it continues the inventive precedent set from the beginning.
Our cut is the title track, a purposeful breakbeat roller bringing intelligent pads and textures to the clubscape. It adds to the growing cannon of highly impressive breakbeat tracks which have resurged over the past few years. At nearly eight minutes in length, ‘Bloei’ is a deep transmission with a futuristic, even celestial narrative.
The Bloei EP is out February 15th on ninih – pre-order vinyl here.