MOTEZ RELEASES A LESSON IN ‘PATIENCE’

Much loved Australian/Iraqi producer Motez, has gifted us with a steady stream of thoughtful club music since his debut on Sweat It Out in 2014. The music intentionally crafted with purpose and meaning, today, Motez takes it a step further with the release of ‘Patience’ on Club Sweat – the final instalment in the three part club series following ‘Toggle’, and ‘Where Have You Been’.

With an introspective look into his own development, and the practice of enjoying the present moment, Motez explains “this track was created during a period of creative and personal change, while on an extended US writing trip for a longer-than-usual time. This always brings me frustration, as I am not particularly patient and I realised in order for me to capitalise on this change, I had to learn that patience is a virtue and what it truly means. It became clear that Patience not only helps with the end result but also makes you enjoy and appreciate the process itself, to learn from it and think long-term.”

And with what was to solidify his new mantra Motez goes on to share “during that period of change I stumbled upon a beautiful painting at an auction at a school for special needs. I was immediately drawn to the painting’s colours and complexity. Acting on impulse, I bid on the painting and won. Without knowing, the painting’s title was ‘Patience’, and so that moment of serendipity cemented the notion and importance of Patience, as a sign of change itself.”

STREAM / DL ‘PATIENCE’ HERE

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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