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Audiomatiques & Frankyeffe
High Voltage
Loose Records

Maxi Single & EP
LR032
Out: 25-05-2015
 
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Top notch Italian producer and DJ Frankyeffe has teamed up with Naples-based project Audiomatiques for this EP. Frankyeffe's specialty in timing and musical arrangement has allowed him to create "danc
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Top notch Italian producer and DJ Frankyeffe has teamed up with Naples-based project Audiomatiques for this EP. Frankyeffe's specialty in timing and musical arrangement has allowed him to create "dancefloor-bombs," which have commanded broad attention through Europe. The decision to collaborate with Audiomatiques (the project between producers Raf Pisani and Marco Conte) has been immensely powerful. Audiomatiques takes pride in experimental beats and creating fresh sonorities. Their distinguished style has attracted major European interest throughout clubs and additionally the interest of several labels including among the others: Bush, Octopus, Analytictrail, Soma, Tresouls, Phobiq, Trapez, Herzblut, MB Elektronics. For this collaborative EP, starting with a cymbal clash that immediately turns into a synthesized loop beat that builds up with experimental sounds, "High Voltage" is an intense song. The quivering and electric pieces come together with an impressive high hat solo leading into an intense drum beat. Just like its title, the song is high energy, and somehow manages to keep that excitement throughout the piece, becoming more intense as it progresses. Using some sounds that are more traditionally found in trance, "High Voltage" pays homage to traditional European techno as a stand alone track. The song "Losing Control" starts with a throbbing bass and drum blend, with those tracks brought through a remixer. A subtle backdrop of synthesized notes gradually gains momentum and volume until it becomes the foreground melody, giving an intro with a sick drum track. The song seems to pay tribute with influence by some of Underworld's older tracks in methodology, making "Losing Control" an ideal song to dance to at a club or festival. It could easily be remixed or featured as the backdrop for a mash up.
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