Flumo’s back with a new various artists sampler. Following
FLR052's expansive addition of new sound makers to the
family, this package provides a batch of new rhythms from a
mixture of old and new faces of the family.
Acasual's recent musical growth and output, including 'Euphorie'
on our 50th release anniversary package and his modern classic
'Spring Theory', continues here with 'Ballad Of Nothing', a
romantic soundscape progressively moving in sheets of analogue
pads and swinging amalgamation of hi-hats, opening up this
compilation on a dreamy note.
Two new faces of the family provide the second title. Venezuelan
producer duo Maurice Aymard & Paulo Olarte has collaborated
on multiple occasions, and while residing separately in Barcelona
and Germany, respectively, they don't fail to maintain their create
friendship, and juice flowing to carry Acasual's dreaminess to the
dance floor with uplifted tempo, arpeggiated synths and sub
dominantly groovy subs.
A slower look into the context of dreaminess is explored by
Manuel Costella, one half of Flumo's resident beat makers
Defense Of Execess. In this piece the synths slow down, hi-hats
obtain a crispier, rolling sound and bass becomes dirtier and
jagged. Rhythms for evening drives.
Lorenzo Soria takes depth of this release into further levels.
Seville residing DJ, producer and label friend, Lorenzo explores
romanticism with the modulation of synths into a softer realm with
Say Goodbye To The Bad Guy. The funky displacements of bass
provide for jacking groove, while sampled Scarface speech
provides for a fittingly purposeful space for ones' reverie.
Another Flumo's favourite, Bodega, returns to provide further take
on danceable soundscapes. Thickness of layers is explored by
Bodega's Escape From Mix Down, a track with further tempo
increase, broken synth rhythms and sub-dominal bass.
Jo Pariota's Nigh Feeling takes turn into analogue realm. Liquid
female vocal carries the theme of dreams, while warm synth and
sweet hi-hats provide for perfect club-night warmer.
Flumo's close associate Scan Mode, takes the club vibe further
up. Softly distorted synths provide for minimalist groove while
carefully placed percussion elements create pace to set dancefloor's
attendees in the right move.
MInimized founder, Sevilla based 1001 provides the closing
piece for this package. Amalgamation, of elements explored in
previous titles, creates for a suitable closer. Rolling hi-hats, sub
bass and off-placed synths provide for a thematic closer to the
story of ones' dreams.
Per Bojsen-Moller (Little White Earbuds)
“Once again Flumo come correct with a slew of names you may not have heard of previously, but who each deliver the goods. Dreamy, cinematic deep house, from the classic chords to the heavy, bumping bass lines, every track not only stands out but fits seamlessly with the others, creating a cohesive album from disparate producers.”
FaltyDL “Say Goodbye" is sweet !!”
Dave DK "Prenda is a stomper, cheers!”
LTJ Bukem "Really Loving Reflejos”
Robert Owens " Really cool tracks here "
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