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Premiere: Eliott Litrowski – Arpeggiophobia

A well established name in the disco-house scene for the past half-decade, it didn’t take Cracki staple Eliott Litrowski many releases (just two solo EPs, actually) to build a nonetheless respectable body of work. Less focused on quantity than quality, the Frenchman’s steadily impressive output – imagine a crossover between Legowelt, Rolf Trostel and a jolly galactic vibe a la Italo Calvino’s ‘Cosmicomics‘ – earnt him his stripes as one of the country’s most promising groove merchants.

Back with his third 12″ delivery and first for David Vunk’s ever trustworthy Moustache Records, he’s found here turning on the juice with optimal floor impact. On our premiere ‘Arpeggiophobia‘, Litrowski touches off the Italo frenzy head on; colliding endless moog tides, funky bass moves and epic strings for a magnetic journey across the stars. Hop on board Eliott’s interstellar bus and begin to boogie down. Next stops: Andromeda, Cassiopeia, Perseus; terminus station: your woofers.

Schmock Machine EP is released via Moustache Records on 15th October, pre-order a copy from Juno.


A1. Schmock Machine
A2. Arpeggiophobia
B1. He Sometimes Goes Out At Night
B2. Patrique’s World

Discover more about Eliott Litrowski and Moustache Records on Inverted Audio.