“Test the Synth” is a nostalgic slice of home music with a disco twist.
Mixing funk, jazz and home music isn’t any straightforward process, however Frankie Nanna takes it head on and delivers with flying colours in his new observe, “Test the Synth.”
“Test the Synth” is funky home music at its best. The Denver-based DJ and producer employs a kinetic mix of crisp kick drums, classic vocal samples and rhythmic guitar plucks within the soulful observe, which arrives by the use of House Hats, a collective recognized for its stellar deep and tech home.
All mentioned and performed, it is a sultry stomper and an enormous leap for Nanna. The younger beatsmith, who performs guitar, mandolin and tenor saxophone, says “Test the Synth” went via a change earlier than rising because the dancefloor weapon we hear at this time.
“For the previous 12 months I’ve been utilizing reside drum fill sounds and reside muted bass,” Nanna tells us of his inventive course of. “This observe is the primary observe I’ve used my Korg SV-1 synth and you’ll hear it after the primary buildup. This observe sat on my pc for a few 12 months till I utterly re-did it with a extra enjoyable, dancefloor synth vibe.”
“Test the Synth” arrives amid an enormous 12 months for Nanna, who lately carried out on the We Belong Here festival in Miami in addition to Insomniac’s coveted Okeechobee Music & Arts Pageant. Take a pay attention under.