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  • Writer's pictureNicholas Zallo

Dada Pop deliver the psychedelic hip-hop gem ‘Eucalyptus Trance’

With the last year already proving fruitful for the pair so far, US duo Noah Gold and Urban Ghost aka Dada Pop are now going all out for their latest euphoric delight ‘Eucalyptus Trance’.

With influence coming from the likes of Flying Lotus and Lapalux, ‘Eucalyptus Trance’ sees the pair unveil one of their more atmospheric and textured releases to date. Broad, spacey, and adventurous throughout, it sure makes for one hell of a ride!

Speaking about their new single, Noah Gold said, “The track is a sprint, starting off with what almost sounds like an 100m dash starter’s pistol. Having lots of content in a small area of space is structurally meant to express the chaos of what youth culture is dealing with due to technological advancements like social media. The second half fast rap section provides a wider perspective of evolutionary history meant to expand our interior worlds into a larger and more graspable vantage.

While producer Urban Ghost added, “The beat emphasizes the cramped nature of the song with fast driving percussion overlaid with a droning, huge bass that progresses slowly and steadily. The complex, interwoven nature of the drums informs the themes of the push and pull of history and human nature being overrun and caught up in the tectonic shifts of technology and information.” Watch the new video for ‘Eucalyptus Trance’ below:

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