Ewan McVicar has released his new EP ‘Amnocairn’. The amazing dance EP mixes the famous house styles of the 90s, with the contemporary sound of the modern scene to create an incredible fusion of beats and melodies. This EP is definitely perfect for dancing your cares away after lockdown, with its almost hypnotic rhythm, something which the House genre is known and loved for. Each track has a different approach so there is something for everyone, but the EP overall blends each song together seamlessly for an amazing listening experiencing. We suggest you listen to this EP as soon as possible because it will most certainly be a party staple!
You can enjoy Amnocairn here:
Scottish DJ Ewan McVicar is tipped for big things, having found support in the likes of Annie Mac and Fatboy Slim. After a stellar year crowned with a release on the hallowed Nervous Records, he makes his debut on Shall Not Fade’s ‘Basement Tracks’ series with five explosive earworms. Amnocairn EP collects the most classic sounds from the dancefloor and melts them together, styles blending throughout songs to keep listeners on their toes and dancing. The title track is a sweeping marriage of insistent house piano and washy dub techno synths, leading into the sugary, hardcore ‘1001 Freestyle’ that calls back to early Lone tracks. Then one for the after hours crew, ‘Ha Mez’, a syncopated 303 techno roller. McVicar keeps the party atmosphere close across the B-side, flexing laser-cut synth arps with a dark, big-room edge on ‘Stu Boy’, before crowning the EP with a gorgeous sun soaked party number ‘See U Thru My Eyes’, jazzy inflected house with a 90s aesthetic. This EP has something for everyone, bringing together eclectic influences into a smooth festival-ready record.
We are loving following Ewan on his journey as he grows within the music industry and we know this EP marks the beginning of yet another amazing chapter on his path to success.
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