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CHESIRE

WE REVIEW THE NEW EP FROM CHESIRE – DEVIL POISON

Alright, folks, strap in and prepare for a wild ride through the shadowy underworld of dance music. Chesire, the Spanish DJ and producer hailing from Valladolid, has unleashed his new EP “Devil Poison,” and it’s about to take you on a twisted journey you won’t soon forget. With track titles like “IGNITION,” “FIREMOON,” “INSANE DREAMS,” and “SUISIDE HELLS,” you know you’re in for something that’s not just going to light up the dance floor but set it on fire and watch it burn.

First off, let’s talk about the sound. Imagine walking into a dark, underground club where the air is thick with smoke, the lights are flickering, and the bass is so deep you can feel it in your bones. That’s the atmosphere Chesire creates with “Devil Poison.” The EP kicks off with “IGNITION,” a track that does exactly what it promises – it ignites the night with pulsating beats and a menacing energy that sets the tone for the rest of the record.

“FIREMOON” is next, and it’s like stepping into a sci-fi dystopia where robots have taken over the DJ booth. The synths are sharp, the rhythms are relentless, and there’s an eerie, otherworldly vibe that’s impossible to resist. It’s dark, it’s gritty, and it’s got that hypnotic quality that keeps you dancing even when you think you’re too tired to move.

“INSANE DREAMS” cranks up the intensity even further. The beat here is so infectious it should come with a warning label. Chesire has a knack for creating soundscapes that are both chaotic and controlled, like a mad scientist with a perfectly executed experiment. This track feels like a descent into madness, but it’s the kind of insanity you don’t want to escape from.

Finally, we arrive at “SUISIDE HELLS,” a track that sounds as dark and foreboding as its name suggests. The bass is deep enough to rattle your soul, and the layers of synth and effects create a sound that’s both haunting and exhilarating. It’s the perfect way to close out the EP, leaving you breathless and begging for more.

While the absence of vocals is a bold and effective choice, experimenting with vocal samples or even collaborating with a vocalist on future tracks could introduce a new dimension to Chesire’s already compelling sound. It doesn’t have to be traditional singing – distorted spoken word or haunting whispers could fit perfectly with the dark, immersive atmosphere.

For someone with only a year and a half of experience, his ability to create such a cohesive and intense EP is nothing short of remarkable. So, turn off the lights, crank up the volume, and let Chesire take you on a dark dance journey you won’t soon forget.

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