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Lutto Lento - Wild Wishes
Lutto Lento
Wild Wishes
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (FTD)
10,39 €* 12,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Lutto Lento makes a return to FTD to fulfil your wildest of wishes.

As with most of his work, the EP draws influence from across the musical world and defines something of it’s own in the process. We’re all really pleased that there’s finally a saxophone solo on the label though.
Lutto Lento - My Number One High / Take Me Down The Dunes
Lutto Lento
My Number One High / Take Me Down The Dunes
7" | 2016 | UK | Original (DUNNO)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Hey, do you remember how much dance music owes to experiment and coincidence????? Quirky 7'' release from Lutto Lento is kind of danceable but also raw and harsh, maybe hypnotic? First track sounds like a dark twisted fantasy about carnival in some cheap tropical spa. The other one will reach your guts and throw them upside down. Hell yeah.
Lutto Lento - Mondo Hehe EP
Lutto Lento
Mondo Hehe EP
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Transatlantyk)
9,89 €* 10,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
More abstract, forward thinking house music courtesy of Transatlantyk.

'Mondo Hehe' is the fifth EP in a growing catalogue of the label and is one of its most adventurous offerings yet.

Lutto Lento (real name Lubomir Grzelak) is an experimental musician from Warsaw, Poland, who specialises in dark, spooky, uneasy music that's hard to categorise.
Apart from running two experimental cassette only labels (Sangoplasmo and DUNNO Recordings), Lutto Lento records music for contemporary theatre and forward thinking European labels like FTD and Where To Now?
He is equally inspired by avant-garde and surreal sounds from the bygone eras as well as raw house and techno music of today. His music tends to absorb the listener into a parallel, imaginary world, where sounds of a lamenting cry of a trumpet (B2) and a voice counting numbers on top of the rolling exotica style bongos (A2) are as important as jacking Chicago house drums (B1) and energetic basslines (A3). From the jumping beats of the title track, to the late night deep roller 'Casino', the 'Mondo Hehe EP' is a superb collection of non-generic House music that sounds as good at a club, as it does at home.
Lutto Lento - Whips
Lutto Lento
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (Where To Now?)
12,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Polish resident Lutto Lento follows up his debut 12” for Charles Drakeford's ‘FTD' label with this 6 track EP ‘Whips' for ‘Where To Now?' Records.

Lutto's sound places him as quite a unique figure in modern electronic music, showing a fearless work ethic in shrouding his productions in saturated tape loops, and achieving what is certainly a low-fi quality to his sound, Lutto manages to never let this lo-fi edge take centre stage - instead this expertly crafted process of tape cutting and looping provides the backdrop to Lutto's exuberantly crafted yet absolutely dance floor orientated drum work.

‘Marabut' & ‘Vengo' pair similar 2 note drones with dissimilar intricate rhythmic backings. On ‘Marabut' the church organ like chords quake over layers of metallic percussion hits, hissing hi hats and clattering cymbals whilst ‘Vengo's drums have far more of a low swung swagger, where sweet string melodies with eerie atonal elements help draw you deep into the loops… when something rattles too-close to your ear and the aura of the track switches up to become a chilling experience.

‘Whips' whirls us away from the spook of ‘Vengo' into an ecstasy-induced autobahn fever dream, careering down a ps2 animated, neon delineated racetrack with the radio pelting soothingly lucid disembodied vocals that drift the vehicle of your consciousness from lane to lane. ‘Whips' is perhaps the most visceral of productions here, where Lutto's use of the layered sounds of crashing cars create's a unique and twisted combination of both euphoria and destruction.
‘Amarea' is the most febrile piece, operating on a more guttural and obvious dancefloor level, a downcast mutation of the same feeling that drives you to whip out Dance Mania records at 5am. A beat that draws you to the offbeat and keeps you poised amid barked vocals and booming kicks.

‘Outro' perhaps serves to encompass all that Lutto is about, where frantic tape cuts simmer over a hazy world of cosmic Laraaji esque experiments and beat work, and a vocal sample that perhaps nods towards Lutto's use of found sound and manipulation to aid his musical vision, it laments “I live on an island… it is usually very warm… sometimes we go on picnics…and eat fruits and vegetables from our garden…mmmm…mmmmm”
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