Italy's finest export Brioski returns to Nang with 'Panic', the third single from his debut album 'Hype Nothing' that released last year. 'Panic' is an accomplished, quirky outing through the realms of Italo, Disco and beyond, with a strong vocal hook from rising star Andrea Noce that echo's the enigmatic vocal styles of CSS and Deerhoof.
Brioski started his DJ career playing hip hop, funk, soul, disco, chicago house & techno, but gradually his sound began to veer towards the psychedelic through a combination of old school reminiscences and vintage machines. Here's the list: Roland System 100 Model 101, Korg Ms10, Arp Odyssey, Bass Guitar, Korg R3, Roland TR626, Roland Space Echo RE201, Moogerfooger MF103.
Now to the remixes. Parisian outfit Venice Beach deliver a funkoid interpretation with smooth bass, horns and slow-slung grooves. The 'Space Coast Dub' winds things down further, with a sumptuous, evolving pad and a classic-sounding house bass line. To finish, Future Feelings turn in a punchy house edit, keeping the vocal intact and the melodies true, with beats that verge on electro as the track progresses.
The disco stomper Squadra Volante rounds off the EP in stunning fashion.
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