‘Earth Magic’ Is The New Single From Musical Visionary INZO, Featuring Elohim

Chicago producer INZO follows his instincts and trusts his exploratory impulses, pushing further into the dream he started with 2018’s ‘Overthinker’. His new single, ‘Earth Magic’, featuring LA electropop artist Elohim, is meditative and seductive, while being revolutionarily relaxing. The new single is the title track and first release from his upcoming ‘Earth Magic’ EP.

Elohim’s vocals are gossamer and electric, and amplify and deepen the elements of INZO’s composition, which characteristically include jaw-dropping beat switches, death-defying programming, and an incredible use of negative sonic space, which sees him use tiny silences in the same way another producer might use hard beats. A splendid wash of synths soon gives way into a trippy yet danceable track, with sudden pauses, blasts of notes, and immense electronic effects.

The magic continues in the music video for ‘Earth Magic’. Directed by Emad Rashidi, we see INZO as he walks in an enchanted world, the earth literally lighting up around him, as he navigates glowing lights, while electrified lines radiate from his every step. He’s shown against a purple sky, and in profile in front of a bright red sun. It’s a mystical fantasy world, with incorporating wide-angle shots and brilliant drone footage, making the whole clip cinematic and effortlessly dramatic – and altogether beautiful.

Watch the video for ‘Earth Magic’ below and find out more about INZO and his music online on his official website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.

INZO - Earth Magic (ft. Elohim) [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO]

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