Followers of Sudbeat, Lost&Found, and other strong progressive labels have probably seen Eli Nissan’s name floating around, or have heard his work rinsed in his peers sets. Having returned a few years ago from a brief hiatus, this stalwart — who’s played a pioneering role in the Israeli music sphere for two decades — has made his return full force and has since captivated the global dance audience at large.
Nissan has made a glittering return to Guy Mantzur‘s Plattenbank in the form of Everlast/Yellow Fog. Our focus is on its closer, “Yellow Fog,” which chases the EP’s opener with piercing, ethnocentric instrumentation before opening into a fluttering, bliss-tinged soundscape that carries the listener through to finish. It winds through its various stages of development with ease, fading away with lush percussion.
‘Yellow Fog’ is set for a June 18 release. Order a copy here