Quentyn returns on his imprint Enroute with ‘Machine’
The main synth perfectly merges with the minimal but effective beat and the wide baseline creating a pop-synth wave crossover we're loving
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A mix between synthpop and progressive house, Machine, the brand new record by Quentyn on his Enroute Records.
After the end of the Volt & State project, we learned about Quentyn’s new artistic side; from deep house and cinematic tunes to something more pop and radio-friendly he has been always able to amaze us. His signature sound has been unaltered but, his continuous innovation without changing his style have always amazed us.
After Josha Daniel’s single released almost a month ago, the label owner return on the imprint with Machine. The track kicks off with Quentyn’s dreamy a progressive sound. The incredible main melody, slow down to explode in an incredible and super-catchy first drop. The main synth perfectly merges with the minimal but effective beat and the wide baseline creating a pop-synth wave crossover we’re loving. While the cinematic vibes take posses of the track, the beat continues to keep the tempo. An incredible vocal loop completes the fantastic frame of the track. Ultimate the progressive-dark arpeggio, creates the perfect break between the two drops.