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Label : Skylax

Format : 12

Style : House

Date de sortie : 2022

Pays : France



Simoncino - Resurrection Part 2 (Marcellus Pittman Remix) (Clear Vinyl)

79,99 €
REF : LAX154


"Simoncino is back again on SKYLAX with the volume 2 of the Resurrection series ! The made in Perugia prodigy delivers us once again 3 titles paying homage to the sound of chicago, the fabulous triplet lost tape 1, 2 & 3. On A1, the aptly named Lost tape 1 us leads into the meanders of the jungle house in direct tribute to the great marshall Jefferson all sprinkled with some "detroit" sauce, this peaktime track will delight the most humid and demanding dancefloors. Lost tape 2 is more airy with these sparkling bells and its bass that lifts your guts, mental we tell you ! A bit as if paris gray was remixed in a hovering dub version. On lost tape 3, it is clearly the quintessence of the spirit of simoncino, his genius. This way of creating a universe that is both a tribute to the original chicago house and the italian dream house straight from the 90s. Completely trippy. And cherry on the cake on B2, we have a remix of the now classic "on the dancefloor", a title created in collaboration with Merwyn Sanders from Virgo Four (Chicago), from Detroit legend : Marcellus Pittmann ! 9 mn of pure madness. The Detroit - Chicago axis has never been so obvious. A must. Comes out on clear vinyl. Note that on the label's bandcamp, with the purchase of the vinyl, you can get 1 exclusive bonus track (& what a track !) : Simoncino & Merwyn Sanders of Virgo Four "On The Dance Floor" (Marcellus Pittman smooth remix)." 

"French label Sylax has always dealt in prop quality, no-frills, fad-free house music from a diverse array of artists. Italian Simoncino is someone with a proud throwback sound - his house is coated in dust, with dreamy Italian house melodies and a warm, fuzzy, glowing sense of nostalgia. And that's what we get here across three new cuts which range from the thumping tribal sounds of the opener to the super deep and vocal cut 'The Lost Tape II' via the hands-in-the-air piano house joy of 'The Lost Tape III.' A brilliantly low-slung, fizzing and raw remix from the one and only Marcellus Pittman remix makes this a timeless collection." Juno