Pure NRG has finally released a new track. This is their first release since the early months of the summer of last year to find the pair’s ‘Cala Blanca’ release.
In their three-year/now-eight-track history, the group’s titles have always come with a certain enigmatic presence (‘Secret Of The Sahara’, ‘Era’, ‘Midnight Blue’, ‘Scarlett’ - you know what we’re saying!). Solarstone & Giuseppe Ottaviani’s latest enrapturer is no exception. Like a moth to the clubfloor flame, here comes ‘Chrysalis’.
As ever ‘Chrysalis’ sports the very finest of its respective producers’ dual sonic genetics. Riding on a base of bass & indomitable drum, it’s further hastened by an edged sub-melody and its no-prisoners pacing. Sky-bound from the off, it takes Pure NRG’s application of some cooler, more coursing sub-melodies to bring it equilibrium.
Break-side, it dials down the dynamism, drawing in zephyr-ish harmonies, which channel greater-yet texture to its mix. As sure as every chrysalis opens though, its chiming mainline rises, finally exalting in that elevating ‘butterfly’ effect.