Jarami are a gifted duo of producers and performers known for their Swedish grooves, making international moves display great versatility as seen in their debut single wings show that they are very much at home in the realm of music, combining elements from various genres and influences of music. And now the duo moves again with their new track Aurora. A well rounded crisp production

Jarami have created a landscape of sounds, the introduction is subtle with flutes with and chirps of questionable existence it gives the track a sensation of motion and scenery. The build-up is steady as if the listener is guided through foliage while the sunlight dims. You’re in search of something elusive only to be taken aback by a pulsating disco ball that reveals itself as the drop of the beat. Housey with the claps, grooving with sliding bass notes and subtle melodic synth hits that flicker in the first parts of the track.

The elements break themselves down to the flute melody which makes way for a steadily growing, approaching synth driven climax which ends with the track clapping back to life when the steady evening flow re-enters the track. The vibe of the track maintains its vibe here until keys are introduced to the track which guides the song on its way out with the beat returning now seemingly slower and growing increasingly distant until the cloud low-end clap seals the goods.

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