TRACK REVIEW: Anthony Pears – Dancehall House EP | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Multi-dimensional local electronic music producer Anthony Pears has carefully curated a distinctive amalgamation of Afrobeat, dancehall and house elements to create his latest EP, Dancehall House. A clear and defined homage to African dance music, Pears’ style is almost uncategorisable within standard genre conventions. Nevertheless, each track is a nostalgic throwback to the ‘90s and ‘00s, exuding the same ambience found within Hedkandi and trance-scene classics of the time, including Faithless and Tiësto.

Its birth was unexpected, yet this Frankenstein fusion of genres has created a truly unprecedented experience. Featuring a multitude of artists across the five track EP, from Sarah BBY to Izzy Lucky, this is definitely one to add to the collection of the eclectic listener.

 

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