in-demand producer flashmob delivers a masterful two-piece assault on his hot creations debut, entitled the lone brazilian. the ep opens with the title track, fronting a funk-laden bassline and percussive, driving drums. tribalistic male and female chants break the track up, adding depth to the unfolding journey. next up, lower level supplies a deeper trip. a tight, assertive drum track counterparts a short, wandering bassline to form a settled, rolling feel. italian artist flashmob, real name alessandro magani, is a renowned producer and remixer, label owner and touring dj. since 2011 hes released on the worlds biggest labels, such as get physical, defected, kompakt, snatch! to name a few, and now delivers his bespoke sound for hot creations.
this the eighth release on alan fitzpatricks explore, search and discover label, we looked to italy for the next instalment of the series, and as if by magic we found flashmob. heroes in their own right for creating some pure house gems or techno slammers. whether it be defected or their own flashmob imprint, these guys always deliver the goods. pressing on translucent purple vinyl.
flashmob manage to surf the fine line between main room house heroes and underground tech legends. they are just as happy writing a main room bomb for defected as they are making heavy techno for alan fitzpatricks vinyl only esd label.
milan duo flashmob need no introduction to the house music world. having lead the charge for the last few years with their seminal works on defected and get physical the story continues to build with a new chapter in the evolving narrative of high tech house music.
just when you thought you knew what you were going to get from flashmob they switch it up completely, stamping their mark of quality and proving their versatility as producers they turn in an old school acid house stomp. dark, rumbling bass, spoken female vocal, and complimentary 303 acid squelches make both the garage mix and panorama mix equally at home in a field around the m25 circa 88 as it does on the floor at dc10 in 2013. watch out. acid house is back!
strictly limited to 300 copies , milans hottest new production duo flashmob have been garnering some well deserved attention of late. after their first cut brick house landed them on berlin tech house institution get physical, the duo have been laying down sets across some of ibizas hottest nights, with their hard work and dedication to their music paying off. with support growing from the likes of pete tong and maya jane coles, their latest release need in me more than lives up to the surrounding hype...
summer season just started and we’re kickin’ it off with a pack of quality cuts brought to you by flashmob, danny serrano, clio, spencer k and collective machine: it sounds as good as it is. flashmob’s „year 1993“ is a deep organ tech tool that takes over big and small rooms alike, just made for peak time hours. danny returns with slate, a laidback track that hooks with tight snares and a locked groove. next up are spencer k and collective machine who joined forces for this release and we hope they’re up to repeat it, since that’s all where doing with “sonic attitude“ and “hit that way(digital only)“. clio completes the package and brings us some good summer vibes with “i need you“, need anything else?
the record that keeps on keeping on! to begin with it was only the fcl guys themselves and a few trusted friends who had a copy of this ferociously uplifting vocal record, but we play house recordings eventually released vinyl copies of the record late last year. now signed to defected and played, heard, sung and screamed everywhere from berlin to miami, this remix package from 2 of the most established names in house music and one of the hottest guarantees that it’s surely set to conquer the mediterranean over the summer months.