One year ago Digitaline has released Raouls very first release. It has been one of their most successful EPs so far and both tracks instantly found their audience and brought Raoul onto the main floors of the entire world, where it still stands confortably one year later. So what better than to celebrate one year of the label and welcome Digitaline back home? Same format: two tracks of Deep Techno, fat grooves and aerial melodies made for the dance floor. Almost made on the dance floor. True! Digitaline’s sound is always very inspired by their live performances and with those two tracks the boys wonderfully managed to transpose the best of their live skills, energy and dynamic. Before finally being released here, both tracks have been played live on many floors throughout 2011, adjusted slowly set after set to touch every soul listening. A-side Neon is a massive groove infecting the entire track through long breaks, while synth strings generate waves of tension in the piece. B-side Comet is build around a big round bassline and concret noises that give the track its organic motion. The melodies of the track seem to come out of a fairy tale, dreamy arpeggios that defy the laws of gravity.