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Spider Plant’s ‘Sunflower’, with its kaleidoscopic electronic synth hooks and modulation, pulls us into a trance-like state of mind. A single from the London-based producer takes us into a universe where everything is completely free; it’s trippy and wouldn’t sound out of place at a hippy convention in the 1960s.

Different paths emerge as the path proceeds, and the instrumental taps away with conviction, with a bass lead adding more dimension to the soundscape. In contrast to his previous releases, this one does not have any vocals from Spider Plant, but it is nonetheless fascinating right from the opening!



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