Welcome to Loose Records, the Italian techno label headed by Rino Cerrone and Mario Manganelli. The label was born out of the Loose Club of Naples, which has been at the forefront of the underground techno scene for many years. Loose Records is most well known for championing Drumcode friend Luigi Madonna, but has also released material from Uto Karem, Joseph Capriati, Roberto Capuano, and MiniCoolBoyz, to name just a few. For the label’s 32nd release, they share a collaborative two production EP ‘High Voltage’ carefully constructed by Audiomatiques and Frankyeffe. Italian Marco Conte is the main man behind the Audiomatiques project (alongside Raf Pisani), responsible for tracks like ‘Dark Room’ (Octopus) and ‘Metropolis’ (Respekt), and ‘High Voltage’ marks his return to loose since his 2011 EP ‘So Bad.’ Newcomer to Loose, Italian producer Frankyeffe recently saw success with his remix of Harvey McKay ‘Sargon’s Birth’ for Soma. ‘High Voltage’ kicks things off with a particularly energetic production, complimented by signature hi-hats and trancy atmospherics. ‘Losing Control’ closes things with a blistering blend of bass and drums, building as the stab-focused melody transitions into the foreground. We hope that this special kind of Techno music continues to spread its way around the world.
Out now via Loose Records.