“The Sky And The Earth” is gripping from its very first moment. A piercing vocal sample cuts deep into the psyche, catalyzing goosebumps that are accentuated further by mysterious arpeggios. Its distinctive, otherworldly nature has made it an ideal listen during twilight hours, where the record’s hypnotizing elements carry listeners seamlessly into a new phase of the day.

Newman, “The Sky And The Earth’s” composer, is a newcomer in the house circuit — however, his skill in production is already making waves, particularly in the transformational arena. Lee Burridge and other power players have been rinsing unreleased productions as part of their sets for well over a year, helping bring Newman’s name into the spotlight.

“The Sky And The Earth,” which is also the name of his debut EP on Tale + Tone, will be released on December 1.

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