Human Movement launch into new era with single ‘Thermal’

Human Movement across years of experience has set a benchmark for Australian forward thinking house and techno music. Brewing storms across dancefloors and ears, the project now hosted solely by Edward MacDonald (aka Eduardo Muchacho) is ready to head in an expansive new chapter. Launching off a massive summer for the project, Macdonald has released his first solo single, “Thermal”.

An evolution of the already boundary pushing Human Movement sound, the track is a warm introduction to a new chapter of dance floor destruction. An ethereal combination of garage and break; ‘Thermal’ wastes no time in welcoming you into its embrace. It builds confidently with a grandiose melody, wistfully bringing the audience into to an unexpected eruption. A grimey bassline and a crisp drum arrangement bring the track into full throttle leaving nothing behind. Its a cinematic and ethereal affair, its atmosphere as well rounded as its grungey lows.

When asked to comment on the record, MacDonald stated, “Thermal is one of the later songs I created for my upcoming body of work and encapsulates the melodies and energy off the project best. I drew influences from the film scoring I have been experimenting with this over the last couple of years. Rather then making a 4 to the floor club track I wanted to create a progression within the song with emotional peaks a troughs.”

An ever-present relentlessness in the world of Australian dance music has allowed the project to be accelerated them to the top of the underground food chain. It’s an exciting track to add to the already expansive discography of Human Movement, as he embarks on massive shows across the country.

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Words by PARRY TRITSINIOTIS

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