Heat 2 Heart
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Balance)
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Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Influenced by the music of Basic Channel and Detroit Techno's generation of Italian-influence Electronic musicians , Roberto Bosco has been able to successfully launch his career in only five years. With releases on many international labels, such as Night Vision, Be As One Imprint, Applied Rhythmic Technology (ART) and the Wave Music, a platform created and managed by house music pioneer Francois K. Now, Boscocomes to Balance with an exclusive project, "Introspective", engaging with more tech-house inspired sounds than any of his previous releases. The first song from this project is "When the Rain Comes Down", a collaboration with Jenifa Mayanja that offers a smooth deep tech production with spoken vocals and a hook of eternal qualities. Also included in this project is a remix by up and coming young Italian producer Peter JD, who brings more of a club-ready vocal to the table. Side B is deeper, mind-tingling techno, consisting of two tracks called Untitled. These offering are only available on this vinyl release and will not be included on the album, nor will these tracks be available digitally. The first is an appropriately introspective affair, offering hypnotic tribal drums that burn slowly amongst haunting synths chords. A real slow burner, it undulates slowly and subtley whilst unfurling delicate and complex percussion. Never quite committing itself to the club, Untitled (1) finds its only forceful moments in robotic string stabs that recall Drexciya's early work, alongside an overarching aesthetic of being in the water. Untitled (2) is appropriately analogue in its sound for this vinyl only release, shrouded in tape hiss and driven by cascading percussion. Dull and sharp drums bounce off each other against an orchestral melody that brings to mind the work of Kyle Hall. But Boscohas an exceptional ability to handle simple elements lovingly, and pushes the tone of Untitled (2) towards the euphoria of 5am sunrises over stark industrial settings. Simply put, there is much to be indulged in here, with a rhythmic complexity well suited to repeat listening.