Symmetry - Groove Hypnosis EP

by Data Transmission

As you may have guessed from our extensive coverage, we’re quite the fans of Symmetry here at Data Transmission and it appears we're in good company with the likes of Daniel Avery, Erol Alkan and Justin Robertson similarly tipping the fast rising London based producer for big things.

Known for his eclectic tastes, Symmetry takes us on an acid trip with his new 'Groove Hypnosis EP, with four cuts that showcase his much vaunted versatility in the studio. Opening with the Jess Young featuring 'Oferswefn' we're pleased to see Symmetry add another stellar chapter to what is fast becoming one of the most discerning of catalogues; so pleased in fact, that we just had to secure his new EP in its entirety as an exclusive premiere for you to wrap your ears around. Lifting the tempo, 'Groove Hypnosis' is our pick of the bunch, offering a melodic take on the early bleeps and beats of Sheffield's golden electronic era for a track we're certain you'll be hearing plenty more of of as the temperature begins to climb. 'Lone Sea Breaker' then slows things down before 'No Use Being Yourself' turns thrusters to full for the most energetic of finishes.

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As you may have guessed from our extensive coverage, we’re quite the fans of Symmetry here at Data Transmission and it appears we're in good company with the likes of Daniel Avery, Erol Alkan and Justin Robertson similarly tipping the fast rising London based producer for big things.

Known for his eclectic tastes, Symmetry takes us on an acid trip with his new 'Groove Hypnosis EP, with four cuts that showcase his much vaunted versatility in the studio. Opening with the Jess Young featuring 'Oferswefn' we're pleased to see Symmetry add another stellar chapter to what is fast becoming one of the most discerning of catalogues; so pleased in fact, that we just had to secure his new EP in its entirety as an exclusive premiere for you to wrap your ears around. Lifting the tempo, 'Groove Hypnosis' is our pick of the bunch, offering a melodic take on the early bleeps and beats of Sheffield's golden electronic era for a track we're certain you'll be hearing plenty more of of as the temperature begins to climb. 'Lone Sea Breaker' then slows things down before 'No Use Being Yourself' turns thrusters to full for the most energetic of finishes.