“Eyes Cream” by Hana Sent open up with the syncopated percussive arpeggios of “Arctic Toys”, which introduce a slow but decisive beat, markedly eighties, before cool melodies like a gin tonic on the rocks let us enter the mood of the album. It continues with the dreamy melodic lines of the title track, which take us on a sunny Caribbean beach, complete with windblown palm trees and tortoise sunglasses. “Hanawon Nights” does the verse to a certain synth pop of the 90s, with its claps on beat and a rolling snare that charges the percussive inputs, a SID sound marimba completes the picture, assured headbanging, for the most exquisitely dancey piece of the EP. In the slow and moving body of “Body High” you find echoes of a Moby under ice, always with a splash of gin, and you can dream of a long summer sea in the west coast frequented by lovers of rollerblading. “Disco Splendydog” takes advantage of a great bass-up spin and inserts 8bit elements and fast rhythm synths, with vocal samples, fake scratches and tb303: early house, early acid, early pleasure. The EP closes with the melancholic melodies of “Kimchi Break Out”, like in dreams, which when they end leave a smile on your face but also a certain nostalgia. Thanks for the beautiful dream, Hana Sent.
Music and Graphics by Hana Sent
Published by 51beats
DJ MAG Espana“Un álbum inclasificable donde los haya, la productora emergente Hana Sent nos trae este trabajo luminoso, alegre y desenfadado en el sello 51 Beats…..”
@Frequencies (IT) “Per ravvivare un’estate particolarmente calda ci vogliono melodie cristalline e beat frizzanti, proprio come quelli proposti da Hana Sent, prossimo all’uscita venerdì 6 luglio su 51 Beats, label milanese molto apprezzata dai nostri lettori….”