246 // Fabrizio Modonese Palumbo – The Side Effects Of Self Indulgence (Hard Ton Remix)

For the vinyl lovers out there, do not miss this precious VA release by RYTHMĒ on Noodles Label. We reviewed Hard Ton's remix for Fabrizio Modonese Palumbo's contribution. It's a beauty!

Dinosaurs are famous for loving vinyl-only releases! The simple fact that the tracks will be available exceptionally for DJs who really master the craft makes the work reach a rarefied level, bringing back the magic aura of the good ol’ days when the artists had to spend hours and hours (sometimes days and days) choosing which records to take for a specific gig.

The LP “È Festa, È Rythmē”, forthcoming on small but promising Italian label Noodles, is the first vinyl-only release of Rythmē, an acclaimed inclusive queer party based in Turin, and features four more-than-interesting cuts made with love by Marco Pizzini, Fabrizio Modonese Palumbo, Matteo Coffetti, and Barabbah, plus a stunning remix by the one & only Hard Ton (SXDNS176 as Wawashi Deejay).

Encompassing a wild ride of influences and moods, from Marco Pizzini’s punk attitude and Hard Ton’s luscious waterfall of synths on side A to Matteo Coffetti’s Indian touch and Barabbah’s sunny and techy bumper on side B, “È Festa, È Rythmē” is one of the must-have LPs of the year so far.

Premiered here, Hard Ton’s take of Fabrizio Modonese Palumbo’s theme, “The Side Effects Of Self Indulgence”, brings a generous handful of Hi-NRG to the compilation with a robust bassline wrapped in a profuse cosmic synth extravaganza. Dancing to it loud on a packed Rythmē must be an ultimate experience, ain’t it?

You can find (and buy) this and other music pearls on the Bandcamp page of the label.

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