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Helen Brown has been a disc jockey on the house music scene since 1993. Helen’s sound is set in a decidedly eclectic atmosphere, with musical styles ranging from Electro Club, Tech House to Progressive mixed together in a modern and unique way so that the dance floor heats up as she gets to work.

Now he’s publishing “Lullaby”, with Dany T and Jason Davis, it’s a serious job, with attention to detail, that lends itself to starting it up and not coming back to reality until it’s finished: the headphones are like the oxygen cylinder that allows you to submerge yourself to the bottom in this great sonic twist. , out of this cosmic orbit, and being there in a state of hypnotic fascination. In this world where speed is desperately sought and attention deficit is so high, such a record will be misunderstood among many people, even dismissed as really important. But you just have to be patient and want to stop, to breathe, to sink into it, to endure as much as you can and to admire its interior.

“Lullaby” leaves nothing behind and confirms the mission that electronic music has always had: to play with the present and move towards the unknown, beyond entertainment. The result is a work that is as experimental as it is intense and addictive, which takes hold of oneself like a sweet poison, while transporting us progressively, as few producers with any degree of fluency are willing to do. We don’t know what the future holds, but we do know that this album is testimony to a turbulent and uncertain present, which will remain in our memories forever. Because of records like this, we can keep fighting for a better future.


Written by: Alejandro Serrano

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