“Forbidden Fruits” progresses in a manner that introduces listeners to a range of twists and turns. It clocks in at 7 minutes and Marc Brauner is able to seamlessly clutch on to one’s attention with a firm grip and I absolutely loved that.

In the opening moments a dance-friendly drum sequence from what sounds like a Roland TR-808 gives us a taste of what’s to come… As the synths gradually swell and eventually create a warm ambiance in the mix, Brauner envelops us into a listening experience teetering the lines between atmospheric and ridiculously groovy. Before we reach the end, influences of Acid House slip into the mix to finally encapsulate that 90’s house vibe “Forbidden Fruits” drifts towards.