Late 90’s. It is a Wednesday night, around 23:00. I’m in London, outside Brixton academy. The gig (can’t remember the act, it has to be something guitar driven) has just finished. I do not know much about the city yet so I’m texting a friend to give me an idea on where to head next. It is a Wednesday night after all, maybe there is not much you can do on a week day I was thinking.
My friend suggests 2-3 clubs. I grab something to eat and relax for a bit waiting for my friend to come back to me. My friend finally texts me and suggests 2-3 clubs. I randomly choose one of them. I’m on my way to Bloomsbury, West London. It is almost 02:00 so I’m a bit concerned about how to find the place. London is empty in these late hours. Suddenly I see a very long queue.
The End Club. The place is packed. Wednesday night. This is Ldn.
This is the feeling I get when I listen to “Out Of Time”. It is this lovely late mid 90’s dnb feeling. The uplifting vibe of the song with all these jazzy elements in it. The eclectic side of these soothing fast breakbeats blended with a warm vocal delivery. The type of song you expect to listen to in a LTJ Bukem set.
Adibanti has complete control in his music. From writing to producing. His music sounds familiar. It is weirdly emotional. You may be in that dark underground club. But when you close your eyes there is an indigo night. It is only you, the sky and the horizon. Enjoy below!