Red Ember Records are an Australian label that originally started dishing out records in the late 90s to early 2000s. After a significant hiatus, they began releasing tunes again in 2016 with Ewan Jansen’s record Aqua Libre. Although they spent 15 years in the dark, their return almost resembles the opening of a time capsule – allowing listeners to experience the raw energy and enthusiasm of dance musics not-so-distant past.
In their latest outing, Melbourne’s Tim Jackiw sojourns over to Red Ember’s camp delivering tales of a romantic dystopian future. After the journeyman’s housey opener reports for duty, the musical adventure stomps into a tropical ecosystem where both organic and synthetic percolate harmoniously. The B side accelerates forward, tensely folding with emotional urgency towards the titular electro epilogue of “Planet Fall” (which you can listen to below).
The Planet Fall EP is set to hit the shelves in late October. If you like what you hear, make sure to grab yourself a copy by pre-ordering it right here!