Auvic’s Voices Call contains a variety of intricate genres ranging from progressive, to house, to glitch hop all wrapped in a collective 12 track pack. The making of the album was such a fulfilling journey for the artist, musically as well as intrinsically, that the LP is essentially a prelude to a Part II of the album. Part II’s release is yet to be announced. Prior to the making of the album, Auvic has acquired some helpful tips from the likes of Big Gigantic. Through this LP, Auvic is showcasing his musical talents incorporating elements of piano and jazz, taking it to an extended level by adding electronic genres, thus creating funkathon. This creation exposes us to a slew of distinctive ideas. The track that resonated with me the most is the last track; a collaboration with Pipo Fernandez, “Indignation”. It is the signature track that ties the album really well together by emanating interesting vocals and positive energy.

This young “synesthetic” producer can not only feel music, he can see music and he succeeds in transforming fans to a world of wonder. All 12 tracks are available for purchase at Beatport, but you can also check him out on SoundCloud.

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