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Life's Track - Venere
Life's Track
LP+7" | 2015 | EU | Original (Bosconi)
16,19 €* 17,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
We left Herva & Dukwa with a bunch of bangers with their latest Ep "It Fell Down"… we found ʻem back only after few months with their first Lifeʼs Track longer player featuring an impressive variety of styles but always with their unmissable, raw and twisted up touch. This album of 8 tracks, spread in one twelve and a seven inches, starts on A side with the funky break of "Needed", continuing with the deep driving moment of "Amore" and the hip hop beat of "Put It On". On the flip side instead we find the catchy vocal riff of the stomping roller called "Freak With Us" followed by the soulful ghetto tech vibe of “Call It You” and the melancholic, romantic, stoned and rotten lullaby of "Tired Brass". More tasty and unusual grooves are included in the tiny wax which close the record up, on a side the peaceful, abstract, suspended and atmospheric dimensions of “Play With Me” and on the other the glow-fi-sh and "emo"-tech wave of "Venere". Unmissible!
Life's Track - It Fell Down EP
Life's Track
It Fell Down EP
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Bosconi)
7,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The return on bosconi of the wonderkids from Firenze Sud, Herva and Dukwa (aka Marco D'Aquino) as Life's Track, consists in a explosive blend of pure freestyle ghetto goodness!! Four burning tracks dense of special effects, sound manipulations through tape distortions and pyrotechnic structures: A side starts with the funky builder It Fell Down, a full on, rough and raw ultra filtered disco house dancefloor anthem in the vein of a more warped and f**ked up Bangalter or Shake Shakir, while on the second cut there's the aggressive and drunk ghetto blaster of Come On; On B side instead you'll find the breathtaking groove from the driving acid techno bossa of "Rescue me" and the electro breaks from lost cassettes of the melancholic and dreamy closing ep lullaby "Sometimes They Come Back".
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