As Fabio Della Torre, Corcos last solo release on his much-respected Bosconi label came out in 2012. Almost seven years later, Della Torre reprises the alias here, returning to his home label in stunning fashion courtesy of the sumptuous, brilliant and always innovative sounds of Bosco042.
We kick off with ‘What’s the Case’, a hypnotic, minimal wiggler that maintains a strong after-hours vibe throughout the course of its 7-and-a-half minutes. A trippy voyage into the producer’s more restrained and foreboding side, it’s a slick, sleek excursion that’s full of multiple twists and turns throughout. Weird but most definitely wonderful, it’s sure to go down a treat with discerning DJs especially, with its swinging groove sure to prove a particular treat.
The B side then kicks off via ‘Down on Time’, an unrelenting, jacking cut that’s indicative of the early work of minimal techno pioneer, Robert Hood. A jacking, booty-shaking jam that features more than its fair share of oldschool vibes, this track is indicative of a side that the producer rarely showcases — but one that he’s evidently more than capable of showcasing. Rough, ready and most definitely effective, it features the Bosconi owner at his up-tempo best.
‘Monster Knight’ culminates the EP courtesy of an uplifting, electro-inspired jam that’s catchy and banging throughout. Notable for its elastic baseline and flashy, rhythmic elements, it brilliantly closes a fantastically eclectic EP that demonstrates three sides of the producer’s sound in some fashion.