The next EP of our Russian ambassador, Disco Morato (SXDNS147), will be released on his own label, the promising and darkness-devoted Maxima Culpa Records, which is also co-managed by Gegen Mann, another vital Russian artist. “Tredici”, the seventh adventure of the imprint, features two bouncing originals and an almighty remix by Spanish producer WLDV. On all three themes, a dark-futuristic atmosphere prevails, turning the EP a must-have for the lovers of Dark Disco/Indie Dance.
In many cultures, “tredici” (“thirteen” in Italian) is considered an unlucky number. The fear of the number 13 is called triskaidekaphobia, by the way. In others – China, France and Italy, for instance –, it represents luck. Well, we are lucky for having the opportunity of reviewing such a superb tune, and we believe that for Disco Morato it will bring lots of good fortune. Despite the heavy and obscure mood of the title track, the groove is intense, leaving no room for gloominess or bad vibes. “Tredici” is that kind of piece that makes you close your eyes and deliver yourself to its deepness. A piece of work with soul and personality committed to triggering on you that kind of happiness that only (good) music is capable of.
You can find (and buy) this and other music pearls on the Bandcamp page of the label.