Teona will lead the third and penultimate Stallions gallop along with home Bosconi Records. Starting from Dry Scream by Alex Picone, a forest full of warm sounds and rough that only analogue instruments and a tape recording can give. Follows, always on side A, Quanto tempo ci rimane a track of the mysterious matrix Nightdrivers edited in terms of house by label boss Fabio Corcos. The vinyl rotates, thoroughbred gallop in the B side, where they find themselves in a syncopated bassline with Dirty Vibes of I.F.Ms, aka Marcello Napoletano and Fran Mela, and a broken rhythm and essential characterized by a hypnotic groove that aims at creating an atmosphere featuring in Dark Clouds, produced by young people from home Bosconi, Herva and Marco D’aquino aka Life’S Track.
For the second installment of the Stallions saga, Bosconi Records entrusts the fate of the muscular thoroughbred Neged. The stallion is flanked by five stallions at an older age and with four tracks have a responsibility to drive the seductive ride, set synergy between Uk, bass and balearic sounds. The first maximum weight is A Guy Called Gerald, with a melodic and other times The Diehold Thu, following close behind Altered Natives that lay snares for between environments dreamy and epic of The Legend Of Neglect. The B-side turns on a wide range of positive feelings derived from spatial Testacorta melodies, written by Alex Picone and Mass Prod aka Brothers in Low, and Virata Rupa by Eduardo della Calle, who is a great travel companion for a ride reached only half of the final goal.
Bass Culture Records returns with a unique and varied double A-side featuring collaborations between Ryan Elliott, Alex Picone and the Analogue Cops. The release brings to light these artists true weight and resonance in today’s scene, with the A-side showcasing Ryan Elliott and The Analogue Cops true ear for a modern techno gem and the B-side presenting Alex Picone and The Analogue Cops live credentials. A siders Gentlemen and Homeboys take listeners to the very depths of bass with low end fuzz, the subtlest hint of dub and a percussive swing welcomed at any hour on the dance floor. Out of Passion and No Stress go deeper still, with a true sense of liveness to the drums, heart-grasping basslines and sensual undertones.
Hands Up is the production team formed by The Analogue Cops and Alex Picone. Their analogue joint venture has groundbreaking results. Machine powered house music heavily influenced by the Berliner dub techno and by the funkiest 2step ,with a debt to Detroit. This first release features 2 dancefloor killers recorded on tape and saturated with bass.
The Analogue Cops (Restoration/Appointment)
Alex Picone (Cadenza/Vae Victis)
Die Roh B2B Steve Murphy (Vae Victis/Altavoz/Chiwax)
Herva & Dukwa (Bosconi/Wo Land)
No Mad Ronin (Ibadan)
New release from Rio Padice of Claque Musique, featuring 3 originals and one remix from Alex Picone. ‘Woodland’ bringing the listener on a sweltering, dark, dreamy trip. Ethereal, spirited and warm. ‘Ocron’s Land’ is layered with drum patterns and menacing synths, a more industrial sounding, wholehearted techno surroundings. ‘Mutant Camels’ is a heaving, big bass number, its enveloped in an abounding, mighty kick, with snares and hi-hats pervading alike.