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Lo-Fi Single Review: "World Complete - Navigator Remix" by Peacecraft

Karl is a longtime freelancer who's passionate about music, art, and writing.

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Peacecraft’s remix of his “World Complete - Navigator” creates a soothing, but pained lo-fi landscape. Distantly drifting, slightly gruff synth delicately twists before winding down. When the synth rises again, richly dense sax sounds climb in warm chords that wash through the music.

The sax gently cries out, mournful and distorted as the deep bass glides. A sense of slightly disembodied emotion is tinged with fragile chimes that brush over the music while the enfolding sounds grow. Floating piano carries the dreaming, aching melody above the throbbing bass and feather-light drums as airy sounds slip by.

Distorted, lost-sounding sax wanders with tentative light as the far away sound of it adds warmth and emotive expression and bass keeps slowly throbbing underneath it. This is music that is melancholy and soothing with a hint of more forlorn emotion. The track ends on the hopeful, hurting melody carried on distant chiming synth.

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