Thursday Deep Tech | Releases Of The Day

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1 CADIZ & Sonny Taylor release ‘The Only One’ on Automation Nation… Out Now @BEATPORT

2  Richi Risco release ‘Music Is Music’ on RIM… Out Now @BEATPORT

3  Cristina Lazic release ‘You Are on Mute’ on Creature Records… Out Now @BEATPORT

4  Dixmount release ‘Kollection’ on SOVIETT… Out Now @BEATPORT

5  Moreno Pezzolato release ‘Tunnel’ on 303lovers… Out Now @BEATPORT

6  Phat Suppli release ‘I’m a Mess’ on Outbound Sounds… Out Now @BEATPORT

7  O2D release ‘Turning’ on Hotfingers… Out Now @BEATPORT

8   Molac release ‘Tetragramaton’ on Incepto Deep… Out Now @BEATPORT

9  Artichokes release ‘Let It Drop (Extended Mix)’ on High Definition… Out Now @BEATPORT

10  Nikolay Mikryukov release ‘Delta’ on Nicksher Music… Out Now @BEATPORT

Today we have some of the tech releases from the past week that have been making some noise…

Cadiz & Sonny team up for 3 club bangers! From the pumping tech-house wonkiness of ‘Vibe’, the heavy bassline business on ‘The Only One’ through to stomping beats of ‘No Rush’.

A minimal track with a groovy loop and a nice sequence of pads in the bridges meant to spice up underground situations

303Lovers is the spawn of a musical design by Luigi Rocca and Manuel De La Mare. Rooted in three tiers of electronic music, those being tech house, techno and electronica, the label symbolises a soundscape that has melted away boundaries, ventured into crossover and retained underground status, whilst continually proliferating its musical direction to ensure it is on the cutting edge of electronic music.

Continuing her assault on the Tech House scene Phat Suppli returns to Outbound with more ammunition than the royal artillery.

“I’m A Mess” is a powerful Tech House track with a roaring bassline, big punchy drums and tonnes of signature PS flava.

A must for your box.

Hailing from Naples in Italy Micehele Tomei and Valeria Vanorio aka the Artichokes have received support from the likes of Dannic, Showtek, Leandro Da Silva and Milk Bar.  

Let It Drop keeps it moving with an infectious vocal, bumping Tech House baseline and great percussive elements.

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