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October 31, 2017
Dutch future bass duo DROELOE released an emotional extended play (EP) titled A Moment In Time. DROELOE are somewhat well known in the electronic dance music community for their glitzy future bass tunes or their dark and slow trap singles, but for the first time we see a combination of these styles into a tight EP package. They show their mastery of chill trap on cuts such as Homebound and Lily Pads while still maintaining the glitzy pop on tracks like Sunburn. Unfortunately, where this EP somewhat falls short is in its opening and closing songs. The first and last track have two very differing styles that mesh well into the album but as standalone tracks they feel dependent on the three middle tracks to hold it together. Back When is too short to fully embellish in the melodies it sets up and Just Now feels somewhat tacked on with its only purpose to replay the establishing cords in the beginning of the album. Thankfully, the three middle tracks hold this album up to the quality