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New Endless Remix out 03.11.2017

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As soon as we began tracking Davis on our radar, we were immediately struck by the range of talent and taste that distinguishes him as a DJ and producer. The head of In Their Feelings alongside good friend Zopelar and the driving force behind of one of Sao Paulo’s hottest parties, ODD, Davis now surprises all as he docks on ENDLESS with his ‘Watu’ Ep, exhibiting an all too rare versatility as he reprograms his fusion of world music and electronica with maniacal attention to detail.

Watu and Forbidden provide the deepest and most melodic moments from the EP, while Yuma delves into darker waters, as a true techno masterpiece, with which Davis reaches the highest peak of tension and deservedly earns space in the peak time searches.

As might be expected, Luca Bacchetti captures the listeners attention with a remix distinguished by percussive elements within an arrangement characterised by repeated changes of scene: just as the record appears to draw to a close, it surprises us again with another killer break.

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Luca Bacchetti “Vento EP” ENDLESS

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In the wake of what has been a most creative year, VENTO EP is now out!
With a combination of new work and remixes, Luca Bacchetti seems to have delineated his sonic territory: a non categorisable soundscape oscillating between electronica and techno.
With its ethnic influences, VENTO EP is the natural evolution of the GENESIS double EP, released in January 2016.

VENTO (which in Italian means wind) was also one of the more intense moments of his DJ set at Burning Man’s Robot Heart this year. It speaks clearly: travel is the common denominator of all of Luca’s music, his ‘sonic scenery’, sounds that flow like moving images, as if we are watching the world unfold around us, precisely as if on a journey. Same thing for THE GREAT WIDE OPEN, where the colours are darker, sudden changes of scene tied together with elegance, as always a trademark of his work. Once again one has the sensation of holding a one way ticket to unforeseen destinations.

NOTHING TO LOSE is the most electronic track on the EP, echoes of trip hop leading us into darkness, pierced by flashes of light, the underlying tension and groove deepening and becoming more intense. Here we can appreciate the collaborations from Stefano Onorati on keys and Andrea Guzzoletti with his ‘dramatic’ trumpet solo in the finale. The last track of this EP is THE BIRTH OF VENTO, a 12 minutes journey, an ambient interpretation of the title track. If it’s true that “The answer is blowin’ in the wind”, let’s hear what VENTO EP has to tell us.

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GENESIS EP (Pt.2) Out Now!

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Once again Luca divests himself of all preconceived ideas, takingthe project into 4 separate directions, 4 different soundscapes; but maintaining as underlying common denominators the attention to detail that has always distinguished his productions and his unmistakable groove, the poetic dimension and narrative ability always manages to reach its peak in the breaks.
Yes, because Luca always takes sound snapshots, sounds that become images, stories that arise from the imagery as always linked to travel and that continues to inspire the Italian DJ and producer: so passionate, deep, never cold. From the African hints in Above the Line to the melodies of the title track, Genesis, bringing us back with its atmosphere to the Middle East. Anaconda could be a journey into the darkness of space, while Fireflies and Crickets written with The Box (Trio) brings us back to a bucolic dimension we experienced as children. The EP will be released both on vinyl and as a two part digital release.

Digital Pt.1
21.12.2015
Above The Line
Anaconda

Digital Pt.2
11.01.2016
Genesis
Fireflies and Crickets ft. The Box

Vinyl
18.01.2016
A1 Above The Line
A2 Anaconda
B1 Genesis
B2 Fireflies and Crickets ft. The Box

Buy Genesis Ep (Pt.2) here

GENESIS EP (Pt.1) Out Now!

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Once again Luca divests himself of all preconceived ideas, takingthe project into 4 separate directions, 4 different soundscapes; but maintaining as underlying common denominators the attention to detail that has always distinguished his productions and his unmistakable groove, the poetic dimension and narrative ability always manages to reach its peak in the breaks.
Yes, because Luca always takes sound snapshots, sounds that become images, stories that arise from the imagery as always linked to travel and that continues to inspire the Italian DJ and producer: so passionate, deep, never cold. From the African hints in Above the Line to the melodies of the title track, Genesis, bringing us back with its atmosphere to the Middle East. Anaconda could be a journey into the darkness of space, while Fireflies and Crickets written with The Box (Trio) brings us back to a bucolic dimension we experienced as children. The EP will be released both on vinyl and as a two part digital release.

Digital Pt.1
21.12.2015
Above The Line
Anaconda

Digital Pt.2
11.01.2016
Genesis
Fireflies and Crickets ft. The Box

Vinyl
18.01.2016
A1 Above The Line
A2 Anaconda
B1 Genesis
B2 Fireflies and Crickets ft. The Box

Buy Genesis Ep (Pt 1) here

15 PREGUNTAS PARA LUCA BACCHETTI

Luca Bacchetti

Luca Bacchetti estuvo hace poco en su gira por Sudamérica. Corta, muy breve su estadía por estas tierras, pero justo el día en que se despedía, Danzeria se topó con él unos cuantos minutos para conversar de tantas cosas como fue posible.

Este consagrado Dj italiano es conocido por su irreverente música y por sus expresiones artísticas que manifiesta hasta en la forma en la que habla: pintor, fotógrafo, escritor y todo lo que envuelve el arte en general. No se define como artista pero sí lo vive al máximo en cada viaje que hace o en cada soledad que le embargue.

En esta entrevista en exclusiva para Danzeria vamos a conocer a Luca mucho más allá de su faceta como músico.

* Luca, empecemos con tus antecedentes musicales…
Yo inicié mi carrera en la radio, en Italia. Trabajé doce años como locutor, así que mi antecedente es muy variado gracias a eso. Solía escuchar diferentes tipos de música todo el tiempo. Empecé con el Pop y luego Drum and Bass, en los inicios de esa escena.

* ¿Así que has escuchado a Plug?
Claro, a todos los ritmos rotos de los chicos del Reino Unido. Fueron probablemente mi primer amor. Mis primeros héroes en 1989 fueron Public Enemy, Beasty Boys y Run DMC: toda la vieja escuela. Debido a esto, mi manera de crear y producir música se ve influenciado por ellos. Mi forma de producir es muy diferente y mantengo el mismo Groove y actitud, pero de una manera distinta. Por ejemplo, en mis lanzamientos recientes, como: ‘Tango’ o ‘Loneness’, y anteriores puedes escuchar sonidos africanos.

Read full interview here

“Amazon” out August 3rd

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Continually pushing back the boundaries of his comfort zone, Luca Bacchetti has always encouraged us to expect changes of direction and scene. Following last year’s acclaimed OVO EP he now releases AMAZON, his new single, once more full of surprises. Taking its cue from a memorable gig at the Lost Beach in Montañita, Ecuador it stands as an iconic symbol and, in this case, a tribute to the South American Continent. An incredible musical voyage spanning mystical, electronic and dreamlike dimensions which, like so much of his output, are inspired by and rooted in nature.

3 different covers for the digital version.

The vinyl version is accompanied by a poem penned by the Brazilian poet Marcia Theophilo.

Vinyl 27.07.2015
Digital 03.08.2015

Listen to Amazon here
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New Endless Remix Out June 2015

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The Box “Sketches Of Pain” ENDLESS

Creativity involves breaking out of established patterns in order to look at things in a different way.
The Box is a project born of three prodigious musicians desire to explore new sounds and fresh approaches. Stefano Onorati, Walter Paoli and Andrea Guzzoletti, each highly acclaimed and vastly experienced musicians in their own right combine in perfect harmony to create this forward thinking collaboration. For this formidable collective, the creative process far outweighs the final result. For them, the central concept is always focused on how to play and express oneself instead of what to play; how they get there and not where they go. This outlook results in continuous improvisation with variations of form, colour and tone. A melting pot in which to mix the accumulated experience of three people engaged in perpetual and unrestrained dialogue, The Box always favours non-method over method. The only limitation being the absence of limits because when one doesn’t adhere to a form, any form is possible and when one doesn’t have a style, any style is possible.

“Sketches Of Pain” is a meet-up of two cultures which have been at war with each other for thousands of years. Music unites where the world of Men divides! Here the magical voice of Egyptian singer Ahmad Elsawy can weave its spell. Intelligent electronica, ethnic and acoustic instruments, all join together once more to blend two worlds into one universal language.

3 remixes. Luca Bacchetti continues his series of Endless Remixes preferring a mostly dub feel with a version that retains some of the original elements, creating that tension culminating in what is the “suspended” sonic idyll that lately has characterized his breakdowns, by now a trademark of his. Jon Charnis, who we already know for his work on Innervisions and All Day I Dream, has taken it in another direction to put together a true masterpiece, the tone here becoming more “trippy” with a pure afterhours atmosphere. The ever present and increasingly detailed groove add to that magic touch that has made Charnis one of the most interesting techno artists on the American scene. Last but not least one of our favourite techno artists, Eduardo De La Calle, surprises us with an interpretation that distances itself completely from the original, moving it into that enigmatic, mysterious and unregulated territory that is definitely his very own unmistakable way of living and feeling techno music. An EP that we expect will come-out from indoor clubs to find its best expression in exotic locations, deserts, beaches, dimensions that are part of that imaginary world that we call: ENDLESS.

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Special Mix for Time Out New York

Time Out New York

Luca Bacchetti
Photograph: Courtesy Rebel Butterfly

As New Yorkers, we sometimes forget what this city means to people not from it. Being born under the Tuscan sun, it turns out, has given Luca Bacchetti a love for our city in a way that only someone growing up far removed from it, yet somehow still in its shadow, ever could.

In this excellent genre-hopping mix the Endless Worldwide boss has lovingly, and exclusively, assembled for us, he embraces our assigned theme of a long-distance dedication to this city more overtly than any other so far in this short series, all due respect to Billy Caldwell (Mix #1), Dan Selzer (Mix #2) and Haehnel/Müller (andhim Mix #3). Fighting through sickness and the busy holiday season, he lined up his usual mix of smooth house but with a twist: recent tracks from Rampa, Nina Kraviz and Martin Buttrich & Konrad Black now sit alongside local bangers from Wu-Tang Clan, Public Enemy, Maxwell and…Woody Allen? Yep. But let’s just let him tell you:

“If this city didn’t exist, I probably wouldn’t be here now and wouldn’t be doing what I do. When I discovered hip-hop and black music toward the end of the ’80s, New York was my dream, the city I dreamt about whilst looking at the double cover of Paul’s Boutique, which I stuck on the ceiling above my bed, a melting pot of races, a place where records came from, along with fashion and even the way you walked. Yes, in New York, even the walk is different! When I think of New York, I think of the world; it’s pretty difficult to find a purebred American here. This is the crossroads where things happen and everyone brings something of themselves. In this mix, I try to take a snapshot of some of the many memories I have, although it’s a very difficult task for me to condense the visions the city evokes. Above all, I thought: What do I bring to NYC? Here too, every now and then, quotes jump out. Where I was born, on the Tuscan Apennines, I was surrounded by mountains—a kid day-dreaming about what was on the other side. New York was that dream, and for many, it still is.”

Luca Bacchetti plays Janurary 9 at Verboten with Kölsch + Daniel Bortz.

Tracklist:
Manhattan (movie clip)
Public Enemy, “Fight The Power”
James Brown, “There It Is”
Wu-Tang Clan, “Triumph”
Marvin Gaye, “What’s Going On”
Janet feat. Q Tip and Joni Mitchell, “Got Til It’s Gone”
D’Angelo, “Chicken Grease”
Miles Davis, “On The Corner”
Taxi Driver (movie clip)
Soulphiction, “Ann Arbor” (Musik Krause)
Gold Panda, “Clarke’s Dream” (Unknown)
Doc Daneeka feat. Seven Davis, “What’s It Gonna Be?” (Ten Thousand Yen)
Hyenah, “Tale From the Dirt (Rampa Remix)” (Freerange)
Embassy Of Joy, “Addiction (Johannes Brecht Remix)” (ENDLESS)
Martin Buttrich & Konrad Black, “Siamese Connection” (Rumors)
Hundreds, “Please Rewind (The Das Remix)” (Krakatau)
Jesse Ware, “Keep on Lying (Nina Kravitz Remix)” (Unknown)
Flight Facilities, “Two Bodies feat. Emma Louise (Robag Wruhme’s Endara Wassby Remix)” (Future Classic)
Beastie Boys, “We Got The (Godblesscomputers re-work)” (Unknown)
Bonobo, “Return to Air” (Ninja Tune)
Maxwell, “The Suite Theme”

Time Out New York


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