Dan Curtin – Population III / Redshift [BOSCONI041]

Dan Curtin lands on Fabio Della Torre’s Tuscan label Bosconi with 2 previously unreleased gems from his 90’s DAT archive. The previously unreleased Population III which moves forward into the outer realms of space and time. The live version goes a bit more into electroid landscapes but still maintains a straight groove for electro and techno purists most playful moments. The third cut is the epic acid banger and previously unreleased Redshift, showing already at those times that Dan Curtin was defying conventions and pushing boundaries and pioneering what we can now consider modern dance music while displaying melting innovation and deeply felt emotional content at the same time.

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Dan Curtin – Population III / Redshift [BOSCONI041]

VA – Bosconi Stallions Athena [BOSCONI025]

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For the fourth and final round of the Stallions compilation, Bosconi Records closes in style with Athena: muscular four tracks that run between Detroit and Chicago sounds, Dub and Ambient aiming at the discovery of new, unexplored horizons. The Oliverwho Factory with a rousing Mind Free, Nick Anthony Simoncino of an entrancing and picturesque Tramonto Techno, Nicholas with a soaring and disruptive From Somewhere Else and Ennio Colaci on beautifully nuanced Hinterland.

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VA – Bosconi Stallions Athena [BOSCONI025]

VA – Bosconi Stallions Teona [BOSCONI024]

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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.

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VA – Bosconi Stallions Teona [BOSCONI024]

VA – Bosconi Stallions Neged [BOSCONI023]

A GUY CALLED GERALD/ALTERED NATIVES/BROTHERS IN LOW/EDUARDO DE LA CALLE - Bosconi Stallions Neged

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.

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VA – Bosconi Stallions Neged [BOSCONI023]

Hash – Spice EP [BOSQRT002]

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Bosconi Squirts present a release by modular synths man Hash aka Daniele De Rossi. 4×100% pure analog bombs amazingly produced moving forward from finest Minimal Techno a la Robert Hood to more modern cynematic and experimental rotative productions. Two of the tracks are revisited by label boss Corcos, on his techno vest and Ennio Colaci, both the men behind Minimono project.

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Hash – Spice EP [BOSQRT002]

A Guy Called Gerald – How Long Is Now [BOSCONI021]

A GUY CALLED GERALD - How Long Is Now

The oldskool hero A Guy Called Gerald with his first release on Bosconi Records. The release randomly arrives in coincidence with the definitive closing of another legend, the place in Berlin that has been a symbol for years of the cultural renaissance of the german capital after the wall, the Tacheles. When Gerald just moved to Berlin, he got his house and his studio inside that very inspiring and artistic place, and as a tribute and homage to his legendary figure, some mysterious writer draw G’s face on the right side of that building with the shamanic enigma above that giant mural “How Long Is Now”. A1 gives the title to the EP and it’s subliminal dark and psychedelic after-hours dope session, while on B1 there’s the shady and sexy atmosphere of “Groove of the Ghetto”, a driving and funky house tune sustained by an ultra fat synth bass and enriched by soulful vocals and deep pads, while on B2 the EP ends wih the brutal Uk bass bonus beats monster entitled “202”. In memory of Tacheles and the good old days.

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A Guy Called Gerald – How Long Is Now [BOSCONI021]

Ricardo Miranda – Round Plastic Archives [BOSCONI017]

Bosconi Records presents a three tracker by Rocardo Miranda. Analogue pleasure and dancefloor goodness including the bouncy acid house groover “State Of Mind”, the dry and minimilastic Chicago rooted drum tool track called “Drum With The Funk”, and in the end the peaceful, dreamy and atmospheric trip of “No Sound”.

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Ricardo Miranda – Round Plastic Archives [BOSCONI017]

Life’s Track – Life’s Track [BOSCO015]

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Life’s Track is the mysterious and anonymous Bosconi homemade project of two promising artists, 100% build through an analogue and raw production and mainly based on a psychedelic, futuristic and freestyle musical approach. Versatile futuristic tracks that has influences from Chicago house, Detroit techno funk and maybe even a bit of that new school sound that crosses genres.

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Life’s Track – Life’s Track [BOSCO015]

Marcello Napoletano & I.F.M. – Renegade Roots [BOSCONI014]

New release from the Italians Marcello Napoletano & I.F.M., named “Renegade Roots” represents the evolution of their own vision of house music. On the A side we have 2 tracks with almost the same sound philosophy, filtered, dirty, analog percussive and futuristic chicagoish dub house, from Marcello Napoletano. The B side instead has got definitely an oldschool feel, with 2 tracks from I.F.M.

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Marcello Napoletano & I.F.M. – Renegade Roots [BOSCONI014]