EP Review: “Relativity” EP by Cera Alba on Mile End Records – Rating: 8/10 - My Ibiza

EP Review: “Relativity” EP by Cera Alba on Mile End Records – Rating: 8/10

Shaped by musical influences of the classical, jazz and rock degree courtesy of his father, Newcastle house prodigy Cera Alba began his journey into electronic music back in 1992. Now with releases on various labels including Moon Harbour, VIVa MUSiC and Hot Creations, the former Leeds University student is back with his latest release, “Relativity” EP, on Mile End Records.  

Opening this groove driven production in impeccable fashion is “Erratic Motion”. With the inclusion of organic, fibrous and ghetto elements blended with a rampantly influenced synth and convulsing drums, this old school house cut possesses a New York style guaranteed to make you perspire.

“Vertigo” follows on from this offering a more exuberant and uplifting vibe with colossal kicks filled with excitement. Such excitement is accompanied by mysterious eerie chords and heavy pulverising bass ensuring every ounce of this track makes it the complete floor-filler.

With components of incisive percussion and spiralling bass engulfing you into a vocal speckled groove, “Balaeria” takes you on a striking and sinuous house journey satisfying all ear-drum expectations.

Proving that every track on this EP comes with complete versatility, the highly acclaimed London pairing of Leftwing & Kody supply a more applicative and felicitous side with their remix. Offering a more dynamic and compelling choppy perspective to this EP, such an alternative encourages the ultimate physicality on dance floor operations.

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