A1: St. Terrace
EP of four tracks can be called a canonical example of a groovie and deep melodic house.
The first composition, St. Terrace, perhaps the most dynamic, as if personifying the rhythm of a megapolis, which is quietly observed from an open terrace.
The next track Tsvir laconically continues the given rhythm, however it looks more thoughtfully and less swiftly. The minimalistic sample row lays itself brightly on the dense groove.
Side B opposite, takes the listener from the city to the natural landscapes.
Fat dub and soft bass sound quite familiar, but fresh at the same time.
The final track Nebosvod is the softest and dreamy. Rhythm overflows and synthesized melodies create a feeling of lightness and space. As if there were no borders. And it really don’t exist for human imagination.
In general, Construction B is very light and bright work. Such music brings to mind the endless natural spaces. Gorgeous for both simple listening and for a good dance workout in the evening.