Swedish producer Andreas Saag, a man that needs no introduction, is back once again with another brilliant release. Supported by the likes of Charles Webster, Iron Curtis & Soul Minority, it quickly becomes very apparent as to why once you give this a listen. The EP is titled “Leslie’s Vision” and features the very talented and good friend of Andreas, Filip Leyman.
The song is the result of a late night jam session between the two in Filip’s studio in Gothenburg.
Available in three versions, the original, deeper and deepest versions, there’s something for every occasion or DJ’s personal style. The deeper the version the more it is stripped down from the original while simultaneously becoming deeper with less instruments.
The original is the main attraction, rich with live instruments including a Hammond organ, live drums, old drum machines and analogue synths that truly bring the track to life. Andreas’ beautiful and captivating piano solo steals the show. All his emotion was poured into this 3 minute or so segment and is well and truly felt by the listener. This climaxes into a menacing low bass-line played on organ bass pedals which, accompanied by analogue synths, smoothly ease the listener out of this 10 minute voyage of a song. This song is well and most definitely one of the milestones in Andreas Saag’s producing years, a sure classic that will still be as beautiful many years from now. Available now on Room With A View.
Andreas Saag feat Filip Leyman – Leslie’s Vision (Room With A View)
Words by Andile Ayza Mahlaba