Henry Krinkle forges new sun-fueled track, ‘Ash’
Henry Krinkle made a highly-publicized entrance into electronic music with “Stay,” whose infectious melody was re-worked by Justin Martin and continues to be a crowd favorite four years after its release. He’s continued to build on his ethereal brand of garage-inspired house music, unleashing a groovy remix to Route 94’s “My Love” which has amassed nearly 2 million plays on SoundCloud.
The past 6 months have brought about a new sound for the producer which he labels “Aboreal.” Beginning with “Sequoia” six months ago, his tracks under this style take on a lighter feel.
“Ash” is the most recent addition to this trend, blending together a medley of random sounds and plucky synthesizers into a downtempo house offering. Its topline is tropical in its nature, whose steel drum-inspired instrumentation promotes the feeling of being on a white sand beach.