by: Christina Hernandez
Feb 15, 2018
BAILE translates to “dance” in Spanish. Appropriately, the rising New York talent has proved his aptitude at making dancefloor-worthy hits not long into his tenure in the underground sphere, putting forth melodic and grooving remixes of a multitude of singles in addition to earning recognition for his solo work in both the ambient and deep realms.
Having impressed Sasha with his re-work to “Singularity,” BAILE was subsequently tapped to compose his very own EP on the legendary Last Night On Earth imprint. What resulted is an embodiment of what he does best — a two-tracker that summons immense sentimentality by way of skillful melodic manipulation.
The EP’s title opener “Spectrum Bias” is a haunting record, tugging at the heartstrings with ethereal vocal clips and wistful, yet poignant piano chords. Its introspective disposition is one that is easy to meditate to both on the dancefloor and at home, showcasing BAILE’s abilities at crafting versatile electronica. Furthemore, “Spectrum Bias” is a clear manifestation of the LNOE ethos as of late — emotive, grooving, and forward-thinking.
Pre-order Spectrum Bias here