Absorbed by house music from an early age Marina Trench is already proving herself to be a humble yet highly talented force to be reckoned with.
The ‘Waterside EP’ is case in point. The title track Get up, ‘Get In’. Moving through the downright ethereal to some tough, dancefloor darkness. Sweeping pads and glitching arps ease you in before the breakdown leads to an unleashing of brooding bass chords and reverberating top end counterparts that marry with a mean acid bassline. Tough, tactile and firmly focused on the club.
On the flip, ‘Train Call’ is a chopped jazzy deep house roller. Heavyweight piano stabs intertwine with deft twinkles as crisp hats dance around thumping kicks before ‘Straight’ eases you off into the depths of the night. A sumptuous little slice of deepness – meditative, trance-like calls from the ocean and pensive pianos provide a perfect soundtrack for the early hours.