Georgian producer Gacha is set to release his second EP for Apollo Records on January 28. The EP is entitled 'When The Watchman Saw The Light.'
Gacha is a young artist originally from Georgia, now operating in Berlin, this second EP for Apollo Records is an excellent six tracker that fits the Apollo chillout manifesto perfectly.
His music is a cinematic, glacial mix of beautiful melodies, treated guitars and tender drum programming, and two tracks on this release see him working in tandem with Natalie Beridze who adds her ethereal vocals for standout tracks 'Saysea' and 'Atlas'.
Elsewhere on the EP Gacha continues the form of his last EP, working his influences from classic electronica to garage into his trademark deep and atmospheric sound.
When The Watchman Saw The Light
Street Date: January 28, 2014
A1 - Saysea (featuring Natalie Beridze Tba)
A2 - New Grass
A3 - Fantasy
B1 - Atlas (featuring Natalie Beridze Tba)
B2 - Ghosty Head
B3 - Afterglow
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