Josep Corominas is the artistic force behind eclectic one-man musical project Scoom Legacy. Hailing from Spain, Corominas artfully weaves together a delightful musical tapestry featuring elements of deep house, ambient and downtempo.
On December 2 Corominas will release his appropriately titled full-length, Slow, on Uner’s Solar Distance, a platform the globetrotting DJ/producer set up a year ago to serve as a home for up-and-coming artists. We’re extremely pleased to world premiere “Kobi” from Slow, a gorgeous track full of deep pads, tinkling keyboards and lush swells of unbridled euphoria.
Uner won 2016. His list of accomplishments are many, so here are but a few highlights we can name off the top of our head: He DJ’ed at BPM Festival and Winter Music Conference; toured North America; launched CommUNERty in order to give free music to his fans; started first US residency in Los Angeles at the exclusive venue Le Jardin; and released a flurry of brilliant productions and remixes (most notably his From The Other Side EP on Culprit featuring a re-rub from Poker Flat boss Steve Bug). Whew!
The Solar Distance label boss closes out the year in a big way by contributing his celestial, acid-tinged “The Dock and the Elevator” to Bedrock 18, a release celebrating the 18th anniversary of John Digweed’s revered label. The package includes two discs of cuts by label mainstays and newcomers as well as a full-length album by chillout purveyor C-Jay. Get an exclusive first listen to Uner’s pristine effort, and check out Bedrock 18 on December 2.