An Adam Beyer release on Truesoul is always a bit special. The sister label of Drumcode is known for its melodic and more laid back approach to techno, but even by the label’s groovy standards, Beyer’s latest single ‘No Rain’ is unusually emotional.
Built around a soulful male (or is that female?) vocal, the track could almost be classic New York house if it wasn’t for the deep synthesizer bleeps and nominal techno rhythms that prod the track along cautiously. The cut is probably Beyer’s most spiritual record since 2009′s Joel Mull collaboration ‘Forming Dies’. It is also his slowest offering in quite a while, clocking in at a housey 125 BPM.