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What's so good?
By Sean O | Oct 07, 2012 | Total plays: 154

If the song's title hadn't given it away, "Sunrays" is a warm slice of mellow electronica. Catching Flies, the London-based producer responsible for this tune, used to be known as Rainman. To avoid confusion with an American rapper by the same name, the artist formerly known as Rainman became the artist currently known as Catching Flies.

Do you know what else he did? Release The Stars, a four-track trip down paradise lane. "Sunrays" opens the EP, drawing you in with its synth-laden charm. I'm tempted to label this as dream garage, but for now it may just be best to put genre tags aside. What I do know is this track belongs on any respectable Sunday morning playlist. Even casual electronica fans should enjoy Catching Flies' knack for crafting smooth beats.

Soak up those cool points for being the first of your friends to know about Catching Flies. Also, in case you missed the link above, click anywhere in this general area to download The Stars for free, compliments of the fine makers of Bandcamp.
Sean O
Author: Sean O
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