Cid Poitier - Earth Cry EP [SUBCLEF004] (World Environment Day Special)



Today’s instalment of Juan Reviews we’re taking a different approach for a special cause. In honour of World Environment Day we present to you the ‘Earth Cry’ EP by Cid Poitier - with a premiere of ‘Amygdala’ over on the YouTube (shout out the juanimator Matt Marshall each and every, this one is extra spicy). Released today, the ‘Earth Cry’ EP explores a multitude of different emotions and tropes relating to life and the world we live in, providing an accurate representation of ‘hybrid of organic textures and instrumentation with sound system weight’. True to his sound, on his own label Sub:Clef, Cid Poitier has sculpted another cinematic, sub-heavy piece of music, and we are gassed to have the honour of hosting such a moving piece on our platform. Instead of just a review we thought this time we’d hear some of the artist’s own words about the EP, especially due to its nature (unintentional I promise).

Before we jump straight in with the release, let’s hear how you embarked on your 140 journey?