Roy Rosenfeld’s talent to portray emotion through music is put on full display in his new EP, titled “Rumbala,” on the All Day I Dream label. Rosenfeld came from the underground scene in Israel to become a globally recognized artist. He submits to the idea that music should break molds, so its no wonder why he got picked up by Lee Burridge and the ADID label. His alluring four-track EP fits right in with the label’s mystical, emotive, and unique approach to deep house.
“Rumbala” makes the hair on your skin stand up. It makes your body tingle. It wakes up all your senses. It tells a story of darkness to light. It’s both creepy and beautiful, and it could be Rosenfeld’s best work to date. Each track beautifully portrays an emotion— melancholy, desire, curiosity, or pure bliss— without any gimmicks or added lyrics. “Rumbala” is deep house in its raw form, yet at the same time seems to push the boundaries for what the genre can hold.