Spark Something

by Chamberlain

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The EP from Chamberlain, entitled Spark Something is a glitch hop achievement, successfully fusing elements of funk, glitch and jazzy instrumentals. Comprised of 5 equally awesome tracks, The EP showcases the mixing and modulation skills of the artist(s) in creating very danceable tracks that can appeal to a wide variety of listeners. The first tune, titled Atomic Bounce, begins with a funky bass guitar rhythm that harkens back to motown jazz. Adding in some uptempo trumpet samples, the track builds to its climax and adds in clipped vocal samples overlaid with synthesized scratching usually adored by old-school hip hop fans. The second track, titled "Every Which Way" is the spacer sibling of the Spark Something family.
The third of the crew, "Rainbow Fever" brings the vibes east to India. Upbeat sitar thumbing turns the page, joining sub frequencies of bass accompanied by further sound modulation. It almost sounds as if vocals are being modified into nonsensical noises, allowing me to interpret the sounds as my mind sees fit, which I like. This song bridges the gap between the far reaching inspirations of the artist and their glitch sound. Next on the list is Waffle Project, which starts off keeping to the style of modulated glitchy vocalizations before winding up to a satisfying whip noise that promptly introduces the Opiuo-esque wobbles accented with guitar. The old style speech samples relating to outer space really made me smile.
Orbital starts off with a synthesized xylophone sound that smoothly transitions into a Tipper-esque ethereal jam. But this isn’t a down-tempo song by any means, the kick snare quickens into drop that adds in some old school funk bass sure to set the crowd to moving.

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released September 20, 2015

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