“Jens Jakob” has crafted something of an ambient masterpiece with this release “Osad.” The producer veers off down a deeply expressive pathway – one lined with multiple layers of classic synths and riffs, creating a dreamlike, electronically soaked, and rather epic soundscape around you. Jens Jakob started producing music when he was about 13-14 years old. Some years later in 2011 he decided to start releasing his music. After a few releases he started having some releases on TFB Records where he released mainly Progressive- and Uplifting Trance which was the first time he got a lot of support from DJ´s and radios.
The fullness of the sound means that it surrounds you in the way that a naturally busy atmosphere would, with numerous details meeting in one place and creating an unexpected calmness in doing so. This is where your thoughts run free, your mind wanders at the rhythm of whichever beat it picks up. So the first time you listen, maybe the melody carries you along, and the second time – maybe it’s those distant synth notes. There seem to be an unlimited number of ways to experience the song, and in any case – you’re likely to notice and appreciate the depth of the musical ability and the sheer artistry of the whole journey.
“Osad” is an incredibly atmospheric piece of music with a notably awesome, soulful leading soundscape that softly but surely weaves its sentiments into your consciousness. Far more than a simple instrumental track with a predictable set-up, the track veers off down its own unexpected pathways, feeling partly inspired by the passionate meandering melodies of The Weeknd, partly feeling fresh from the hands of an experimental, well-experienced, and skillful producer. The balance is powerful, and at no point does either quality take away from the other. On the contrary, everything that pours through from the moment you press play compliments everything else that surrounds it.“Osad” is a song that feels all at once familiar and unknown. There’s a slight warmth to it, but at the same time, there’s something far more electronic or even EDM about the soundscape and the energy. The song’s melody evolves in a powerful way – the instruments too, stand taller with each new listen. The song becomes more enjoyable and perhaps more effective each and every time it reappears in your playlist. There’s something notably unique and incredibly emotional about the music of “Osad” as well.