Matisse & Sadko Release Progressive House Record, “Heal Me”
We’ve seen an eclectic brand of quality progressive house music emerge from Russia over the last few years.
Matisse and Sadko have soared great heights to propel and pioneer a genre that has been a festival mainstay around the world. Having collaborated with the likes of Martin Garrix, Tiesto and Steve Angello, Matisse and Sadko have garnered instant support and recognition with every record, with a strong persona and emotive influence from the records dominating mainstages and clubs around the world.
Having created an emphatic persona of emotive yet euphoric and hard hitting progressive house music, the duo have added to their decorated discography with their latest offering titled ‘Heal Me’.
‘Heal Me’ plays to a slight deviation from the duos familiar formulaic mainstage progressive house style, which delivers on a rather inspired brand of gritty symphonic influenced brand of progressive house record with a compelling sense of euphoria, dominated with their signature wavy synths and buzzy synth lines that is sure to drive a varied sense of emotion with club and festival goers alike. With the constantly evolving scene, the record is a welcome differentiator to the duos talents and a welcome avenue to the duos talents.
‘Heal Me’ is definitely a new found syncopation of the duos talents deriving a thematically ballad like yet gritty persona, having delved upon a vibe that establishes a stronger proof of concept of the duos capabilities.