Entirely geared toward the futuristic fringes of electronic music, Turin-based label Gang Of Ducks celebrate their third anniversary with ‘Paradisia’, an eleven-track compilation gathering Shape Worship, My Panda Shall Fly and more… Stream Ital’s warehouse melter ‘Call Me’ within.
If you’ve heard Daniel Martin-McCormick’s name recently, it would probably have been either in association with his disco/punk/echo band ‘Mi Ami’, or as ‘Sex Worker’ on the Not Not Fun label, or finally as ‘Ital’ on NNF’s sister label 100% Silk, recording quite different sounding house music to this album. Raised in Washington DC, Daniel has a history in the city’s hardcore scene, he was in the Dischord records signed ‘Black Eyes’, but was also making dance inspired tracks at the same period, but coming from a very different angle from your average guy with a copy of Logic and a working knowledge of dance music’s history.
Galcher Lustwerk, Ital, Aurora Halal, Max McFerren at RBMA Technopolis
Mitch Strashnov reports on RBMA’s effort to present the sounds of the underground that inhabit the streets from dusk until way past dawn and carve it into a celebration of local talent that would take place smack dab in the middle of its month-long “Technopolis” extravaganza.
Ital: Workshop 18
A. Ice Drift (Stalker Mix)
B2. Slower Degrees Of Separation
Ital: Hive Mind
Quite in the same way that the pioneers of early house music in Chicago and Detroit made their voices heard with messages of hope for their