Drumcode continues its commitment to releasing the techno scene’s most cutting-edge sound. With releases, this year already from Adam Beyer, Pig&Dan, Alan Fitzpatrick, Dense & Pika, Julian Jeweil, and Enrico Sangiuliano is making his long awaited return to Drumcode with his new EP titled "Astral Projection”.
After his non-stopped talked about performance at Awakenings Festival, Enrico Sangiuliano wowed the crowd with his set filled with tracks like his remix of Moby’s of "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad", ‘Moon Rocks’, and from his EP "Blooming Era" and "Astral Projection", captivating everyone.
The first track on EP entitled "Astral Projection" is a dark, intense, big room techno masterpiece. Launching into a hypnotizing groove state, the track continues the flow into mind-blowing synths before the vocal launches, it to another level.
"Blooming Era" has more of faster tempo still keeping the body moving. There is no holding back with the low-end basslines which Enrico has mastered to perfection. No boundaries, no limits just pure techno and talent.
Throughout the summer festival season, more and more techno DJs continue to incorporate Enrico’s track "Blooming Era" and of course everyone’s new favorite "Astral Projection". Road-tested to the max, and with much success.
Enrico Sangiuliano - Astral Projection
Enrico Sangiuliano - Blooming Era
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