Underworld – Born Slippy

This is simply a masterpiece not only for every electronic music fan; it’s the manifesto of an entire generation, particularly for who was born in the 70’s and 80’s. Never stop to listen it!

Underworld – Born Slippy

 

Pearl Jam – Given To Fly

I’m a great lover of every kind of music, except for reggaeton music and Ligabue, and Pearl Jam is definitely my favourite rock band. This summer i will get the goal of 11 shows from this guys, and Given To Fly is the more emotional moment every time!

Pearl Jam – Given to Fly (Audio)

 

Stephan Bodzin – Kerosene

Stephan for me is the Mozart of our time. Kerosene is one the track that introduce me to electronic and techno music. I love every second of this track and i love a comment on youtube that says simply “MDMA”; this represent perfectly the mood :))

Stephan Bodzin – Kerosene

 

Linea 77 – Ketchup Suicide

I’m a great fan of nu-metal too, and this is my favourite one from Linea 77, and italian crossover band from Turin. Two rap vocal on a brutal path of guitars and a lyric female voice in the drop; simply amazing!

LINEA77 – Ketchup Suicide

 

Deftones – Root

Deftones are the definition of music for me; very hard and powerful but with always a focus on melodies and sounds. Chino Moreno, the lead singer, is a great fan of Cure and Depeche Mode and it’s very innovative mix this influences with metal attitude.

Deftones – Root

 

Massive Attack – Karmacoma

A great trip from Massive Attack; the first time i had seen this video i was shocked. MA sounds is simply great!

Massive Attack – Karmacoma

 

Risico & Adam Helder – Borealis

This is actually my favourite song from our label Astrophone Records; i’ll never forget when Massimiliano Pagliara play it this summer at Panorama Bar, it’s perfect for that room!

Risico, Adam Helder – Borealis (Original Mix)

 

Who Made Who – Ember (Santè Remix)

I fuckin’ love this remix from Santè and i really love play it. The big kick, fx sounds and the vocal make together a great job perfect for the dance floor in the middle of pretty heavy djset!

WhoMadeWho – Ember (Santé Remix)

 

Rage Against The Machine – Renegades Of Funk

Rage Against The Machine are the revolution inside everyone of us, and this version of Renegades Of Funk is good to play in front of an intimate and friendly dance floor.

Rage Against The Machine – Renegades Of Funk

 

Kaliber – Kaliber 13 (B1)

Like Kerosene, is one of the first track that i loved from neo-trance and melodic techno scene in 2005/2006; every kaliber was fuckin’ good!

Kaliber – Kaliber 13 (B1)

 

Lorenzo Delfino, Elum – Jupiter/Full Moon (Astrophone Records)

The eighth release on the innovative Astrophone Records label is an excellent debut for Lorenzo Delfino. He provides one solo single and one in collaboration with Elum, while fresh remixes from Andrea Calandra and Claudio Masso seal the deal. Delfino fell in love with dance music in his teens in Genoa, and soon put on his own events. They helped him grow his DJ profile and play places like Off Week and in Berlin, while his sound in the studio has developed into a melodic take on techno that is designed for peak moments in the night. Elum, meanwhile is a drummer, Astrophone and Trax artist and alumnus of the Fonderie Sonore school in Rome. Delfino’s superb solo track ‘Full Moon’ is first and is arranged on a great set of chords and pads with a big melancholic pause and powerful drop at the end. It’s a spine tingling affair with sweeping synths and molten keys constantly carrying you away. The excellent collaboration with Elum is ‘Jupiter,’ a darker and deeper cut built on two carillons that create all the mood of the track. Celestial leads and voices come in mid way through to take things to a new emotional level, and hi-hats and claps add real rhythm. Andrea Calandra impressed on this label with his last release ‘Archetype’ at the end of 2017 and now remixes ‘Full Moon’. He goes for a brilliantly dark interpretation with hypnotic drums and a shadowy, unsettling atmosphere that will really get the club’s attention. Claudio Masso’s techno is supported by key players like Richie Hawtin and Claude Young, and comes on labels like Plus Records and Elektrax. His take on ‘Jupiter’ is an essential and urgent 130bpm version, perfect for your high octane sets with its driving, supple drums and mind melting synth lines.

Lorenzo Delfino, Elum – Jupiter/Full Moon (Astrophone Records) April 20th 2018 ASTR008