I’ll be fine

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I’ll be fine

As a rule, my songs are informed by Future Bass, House and most genres in between, yet they’ve also kept themselves at a slight remove from actual club or dance music. A song like “I’ll be fine,” wouldn’t so much dive onto the dancefloor as hover above it and is the kind of woozy, feel good and polished approach of feverish beats and wobbles. A head-rush of romantic yearnings “I’ll be fine” is when you are lost for words and need a song capable of expressing the gushy sensation of heart-pounding excitement.

‘I’ll be fine’ is strongly musically focused utilising production innovation. The Future Bass, House and most genres in between you can expect to find lush melodies, emotive chord progressions, liquified drum loops and much more. Great beats and sampled loops cede centre stage to the melodies. Plucked electric bass and soft chimes situate the song squarely; a mixture of reversed pulses and synch worn textures, it bounces like the coils of a boarding-house sofa. Aside from a chilly trace of new wave in the song’s flanged synch counterpoints, it’s a feel good, reassuring sound, smooth as a slow dance on hardwood floors.

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