Bosconi is back with his third release featuring the naughty QuitèFruT guys, label boss Fabio della Torre and his parisian-berliner mate Mattako.
The orginal tracks are the spontaneous results of two afterhourmakingmusic studio sessions and what came out are two proper minimal kickass bass throbbers, dry but fat dj-tool house that take inspiration from Daniel Bell, Baby Ford, Zip and Mike Ink works. The production is concentrated on the use of analogue instruments that give the tracks a deep and warm feeling with an oldskool vibe. “Absoluca” is a trippy and hypnotic blend of tight and intricate grooves enriched by subliminal cinematic samples, tropical atmospheres and sinister male voices. Special Guest on Bosconi this time are Robsoul boss Phil Weeks and Didier Allyne under their P&D guise who drop out a very effective Dance Mania style remix of Absoluca, a dancefloor smasher tool that goes straight to the point, strongs 909 kicks and aggressive hi hats those take you back to The Chicago Warehouse party time, and we think Ron Hardy won’t have disappointed this at all !!
Last track called “At Some Point” is a deep driving techno track that open your senses, the groove is detroity and the sounds of synths draw into your brain and don’t let go. Open your Mind to the Sounds Of Nature!!
℗ & © Bosconi Records 2009
Cat. Number: Bosco003
Format: 12" Vinyl - Black Sleeve
Release Date: 16-03-2009
Genre: Minimal - Tech House - Deep House
A1. QuiTèFruT – Absoluca (9’44”)
B1. QuiTèFruT – Absoluca P&D remix (Phil Weeks & Didier Allyne) (6’11”)
B2. QuiTèFruT – At Some Point (6’49”)