Spencer Brown returns on Last Night On Earth with ’Silver Linings EP’
"I’m a big fan of atmospheric, more experimental progressive, and techno, and lockdown provided me with the time to experiment in this vein of production"
Spencer Brown 2020
Spencer Brown (our interview) is back on Last Night On Earth (LNOE) with the Silver Linings EP, following his well-received remix for Dubspeeka’s ‘Geb.’ This time, the 27-year-old delivers a two-track EP that exemplifies his brand of forward-thinking dance music that defies industry trends.
Spencer’s stripped-back side shines through in the EP’s sound, with both tracks hitting the mark. On ‘Cumulonimbus Incus,’ the listener is drawn in for a sweet and mysterious ride using minimal elements and effects, while the monstrous heavy drums are saved for ‘Sea Caverns,’ a proper club banger.
Silver Linings EP was entirely written during the lockdown. I’m a big fan of atmospheric, more experimental progressive, and techno, and lockdown provided me with the time to experiment in this vein of production. Once I wrote Cumulonimbus Incus (named after the soaring feeling of my favorite cloud) and Sea Caverns (named after the sonar pulse and deep-sea bass), I sent the music to Sasha, one of my biggest inspirations. I’m absolutely honored that he loved the music, and Last Night on Earth was the perfect fit for these sounds. While these were written in a dark place during the lockdown, getting signed by one of my heroes turned out to be a silver lining of endless studio time – Spencer Brown