Tony Lionni ahead of his Madhouse album comes this three solid modern house tracks on Freerange. Title track ‘Midnight Manoeuvres’ is a main room stomper with a looped grooves that slowly builds and drops as the track progressive. A great cut that hasn’t been overworked. ‘Two Dark Figures’ captures that New Jersey vibe, but with a deeper, techy touch. Warm, soulful underground house sounds. ‘When Time Began’ gets on the synth arpeggio wave, letting the spiralling keyboard lines ride off into the distance.
Tony Lionni brings his unique blend of techno and deep house to Madhouse, with with a collection of four original tracks. He fuses elements of techno and house with deep house to create some of the most interesting and exciting music we’ve heard in a long time.
Manchester-raised and Berlin-based producer Tony Lionni will release his debut album, As One, this fall on Freerange. Though he’s been tinkering with music for roughly two decades, Lionni’s career took off in 2008 with a slew of 12-inches on respected labels like Mule Electronic, Wave Music and Aesthetic Audio. He’s been extremely active since his debut, releasing dozens of tracks in under two years, including the euphoric crowd-pleaser “Found a Place” on Ostgut Ton (reworked here as “Found Another Place.”) As One boasts all new tunes by Lionni, and features a guest appearance by Ferrispark deep house artist Marvin Belton.