|MH-293 Sun Glitters - Scattered Into Light
Scattered Into Light is the Mush debut from the Luxembourg based electronic act, Sun Glitters. The eleven-track album remains true to the glitchy r&b and deep tech-house sound that has blasted Sun Glitters into the consciousness of electronic music fans over the last two years. Stuttering beats and wobbling synths are soft-focused through a sun-bleached lens in a way that will appeal to synth-pop, ambient, and dustup fans in equal measure. Scattered Into Light is the first Sun Glitters release to completely integrate a vocalist, as Italian ingenue Sara Cappai lends her talents to over half the tracks. The result is awash with star-gazing melodies, bubbly bass, and textured beats that give equal nod to house and hip-hop. Scattered Into Light is an wonderful release and makes a compelling case for Sun Glitters as a refreshing new artist.
|Blisteringly beautiful sound” - BBC / It simply captures a nice moment, and that’s enough - Stereogum / Ferreira manages to unearth an elusive sweet spot left in the wake of chillwave and LA's instrumental beat scene - XLR8R / It's a gorgeous soundtrack to any trip - Exclaim!
|Sun Glitters’ forthcoming album Scattered into Light is due out in the dead of winter, but the offering successfully capitalizes on a host of unseasonalable emotions. Bucolic single “Closer to the Sun” floats along with an unhurried sun-drunk logic that is usually only reached in the dog days of August. Meanwhile, “I, You, We…Know” bounces with promise of a fleeting vacation romance, all shimmering synths, and unbridled optimism. And Ferreira is capable of picking up the pace … a bit. (Album opener “When the Train Comes” isn’t so much a banger as an exercise in elegant chaos.) But why rush it? His is the kind of music that will carry you on a blissful breeze right into the thaw. - MTV Iggy