Tropical Night

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Topical Night

About the Tropical Haze EP

Originally the first EP I released back in 2013, this is a revised version officially released on 18 April 2019. I had always thought that it could have been produced a little bit better, and there was one track (Essence) that I wanted to include on the original but never made the cut at the time. One of the original tracks (The Burning Eye) I had wanted to improve on also, so the original version of this track has been replaced by a revised version. The other tracks have also all been remastered.

About This Track

Electronic chillout track from the Tropical Haze EP.

If I remember correctly, I wasn’t entirely happy with the way that first part of this was arranged, I thought that there could've been a bit more progression in there.

I really had to use that flute though, loved the kind of haunting atmosphere it created.


Release date
18 April 2019

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More about Skaarl:

All types of music appeal to me, particularly the more relaxed genres - chillout, ambient, downtempo, trip hop, jazz, latin, IDM, etc. Usually I will create downtempo electronic tracks, although I go through phases where it gets a bit more upbeat, just whatever I happen to be feeling at the time.

Back in 2019, continuing working with other artists, creating several remixes for Juxta, as well as collaborating with winkandwoo on Daybreak. Member of the EMA collective, Blocktronika, and have been part the ACR community for several years.

“Skaarl is not only a great artist but very supportive of others on the platform, top bloke” - The Turtle Project

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“Skaarl has affectionately acquired various nicknames in the first couple of months in EMA but the main ones we refer to him as are “Trouser Man”, “Señor Trouser Man” and “Don Skaarlioni”! We’re surprised he doesn’t mention this in his bio below but we’ll leave it up to the man himself to tell you more!” - EMA
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