Without a doubt one of the most promising talents from Italy is now part of the Float family! And we’re proud to present the first part of his debut project called Multiverso (Part 1). The first EP consists four tracks that fit the Float discography perfectly.
The track Massa flirts with the 90’s and contains rough edged sequences controlled by minimal placed beats. This keeps on going until the intelligent break at the mid point of the track where the main sequence collapses and starts over again. Massa is the perfect allrounder if you need some rough 90’s stuff.
Sigma, the second track of the bunch, creates a subtle and tense spaced out atmosphere, but has enough body to tremble the walls of every club. Smartly placed high hats, claps and rides give Sigma it’s unique rhythm and infinite touch.
On the flip side we have Uranio which has that incredible effective punch without loosing the ever so airy vibe. Subtle and smooth high frequencies take care of the wide approach while the timeless space sequence makes Uranio suitable for any occasion.
Proxima B closes the EP in style with a perfectly balanced atmospheric ambient vibe. But don’t get fooled, because underneath there is a bass filled layer supported by some strong beats.