Mancunian producer glue70 has released his long-awaited album ‘2070.’ The record is a collection of iridescent new offerings as well as previous fan favourites, including spacey summer ballads ‘Dark Days’ and ‘Days Go On.’ The focus track, ‘Observe’, features glistening synths, pulsing bass and Katie Miller’s silky vocals, embodying the liquescent essence of this LP. ‘2070’ is a tapestry of sounds, weaving together hip-hop, jazz and house with threads of lo-fi ambience. There’s something undeniably fascinating about glue70’s brand of chilled electronica, and its ability to transport listeners into a futuristic realm via 80s nostalgia.
Speaking of the album, glue70 says: “This project is an exploration of my thoughts, dreams and ideas. Both introspective and extroverted, 2070 bounces back and forth through different mind states, like walking through the many different rooms in my brain hotel. Enjoy your stay!”
This producer stumbled upon his talent in an unorthodox way, learning how to make music via a video-editing software Sony VEGAS. His DIY approach has led him to attain over 13 million streams on viral track ‘Casin’, a loyal online following of around 400k listeners, and notable industry recognition. ‘2070’ is an album we’ve been eagerly anticipating, and it exceeds expectations.