Following up to last year’s ‘They Move Fast‘ EP, London-based producer Rico Casazza turns up on Beef Records again with ‘Yurican‘, a fresher-than-fresh four-tracker packed with the kind of soulful grooves and pulsating deep house finesse that shall get dancefloors into the zone effortlessly.
With a back catalogue that includes releases on reputed labels such as Soma, Archipel, Plastic City and Wiggle, no need to say the Italian expat’s earnt his stripes as a sure-handed merchant of straight uplifting club weaponry and well-manicured sound design, yet this new effort undeniably hits the right spots with the right balance. Finest example of this ability at juggling with both lush melodies and infectious peaktime buildups, ‘Argue‘ exudes its flavourful aromas on a drip-tease flex.
Meshing lyrical strings with intricate drum patterns and a healthy dose of acid-pumping basslines, Casazza puts on offer a sound elixir of romantic techno laced with a sturdier club-friendly thrust. If you’re into mellow deep-tech and minimal house’y combinations, then this smooth four-to-the-floor roller with a satiny finish should hit the bottom of your bag without further ado.
Yurican is out now via Beef Records, order a copy from Bandcamp.
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