Villette – Fall

Autumn

Villette is back with a beautiful new piece of melancholic electronica, Fall. Lush as ever with Villette but also offering a sadness and wistfulness that we don’t often get. Gorgeous.

Blurb:

“The inspiration for “Fall “came from the melancholia of one of my favourite producers Christian Löffler’s moody and mellow electronica,” says Villette. “I was in a dark place while writing it and wanted the song to emulate my mood. I tried to capture the sound of a rainy fall, which is basically the soundtrack of London and used a lot of organic sounds to create an atmosphere.”

Villette seems to make things happen wherever she goes. The techno and house producer initially made a name for herself as part of DJ duo Dancing Birds Feel Beat, as well as hosting her own show on local rock station Radio Eksen. Yet the turn-of-the-decade indie staples that placed her at the heart of her hometown were never likely to hold her interest for long – a subsequent move to London and a creative re-imagining of herself, crystalised on Crossed Wires, feels like a re-alignment, or perhaps an unearthing of something that was always there deep within her.

Crossed Wires is the result of a cross-continental move that’s seen Buyuka’s own music hardened by the enduring influence of the likes of traditional techno powerhouse cities like Cologne and Berlin; yet it’s no surprise that it was a remix of John Talabot’s “Without You” – the original included on his 2013 DJ Kicks compilation – that began piquing the ears of bloggers this side of Europe. As Villette she’s gone on to support Talabot – as well as Jan Blomqvist and The xx, among others – and she seems to share a desire to break her production’s more glacial plains with a sense of euphoria.

~ by acidted on October 25, 2015.

One Response to “Villette – Fall”

  1. […] month ago we had the original of this beautiful ambient track from Villette. Now, here’s an electronica remix from […]

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