As a curator of intricate, melodic grooves, and serene atmospheres, Enamour, like Lane 8, spends his time converging the musical realms of deep introspection and pure club play.
Celebrated for his “Embody” appearance on mau5trap‘s We Are Friends, Vol. 7, the Washington D.C.-based progressive producer is already on the cusp of the early work of greats like Eric Prydz, Giorgio Moroder, Grum, and Matt Lange.
Though he’s still amidst his effervescent ascension, Emaour’s already shedding a layer of skin on a striking new rework of Lane 8’s “Skin & Bones.” He’s decidedly headed in the club direction for the rework, and it’s a stark contrast to Lane 8’s more subdued original. A calculated risk, Enamour’s delightful build pays off, drawing immense parallels to an equally building force in the progressive sphere.