This Dim Mak release deserves its own post for various reasons. We've been supporting Boehm from the start, so we can attest to his evolution. And while he has garnered a large following with his remixes and known style of sound, this—as I told him—is a welcome evolution. An organic one that doesn't feel forced and one that we were hoping to hear.
Artists need to grow and evolve and we should all support the ones who dare step out of their comfort zones, because in the end, those are the ones who push industries forward.
I'm not trying to paint this work bigger or greater than it is, I'm just trying to celebrate the decision to do it and put in the work by the artist, and the vision by the label to release it.