The 2020Vision imprint returns this July with the ‘Pushin’ On’ EP by Rob Amboule, comprising three original cuts from the Brit producer. Rob is a relatively fresh name on the scene, the young artist stepped onto 2020Vision’s radar following the London based producer’s self released white-label, ‘KERRI01’, which was supported by the likes of Paul Woolford, who closed the Space Terrace with one of the cuts last year, and Heidi on her Radio 1 show.
This introductory single has now led to a full EP of original material for 2020 here, joining the likes of Ejeca, Huxley and Maya Jane Coles on the roster. The release kicks off with ‘Kerri’, a raw deep house cut, embracing a classic aesthetic, the record employs an amalgamation of cutting chords, blooming pads and vocal snippets, running alongside swinging 909 drums. ‘Pushin’ On’ follows, displaying a more understated, reserved approach to Amboule’s productions, as he tightly blends swirling pads, resonant synths, and shuffling percussion, with sensual vocal lines uttering the tracks title. Amboule adds a further musicality to the track in the centre stages, throwing in a tension building synth string. Last up to close the single is ‘Part Three’, taking on a retro US house approach, with its crunchy claps, warm, evolving Rhodes melodies and stabbing bass hooks, these elements build the foundations of the record while subtle nuances in the drum programming and background atmospherics add character. It’s out today.