Ampispazi Recordings’ 2016 continues with the label’s talent Ramsi’s debut album ‘Electronic Algorhythm Poetry’ out on digital on the 30 of March

After putting together a truly inspired roster of talents, Ampispazi has started focusing on some of the artists that surround the Berlin’s imprint Galaxy. One of these is Milan-s based Ramsi, previously half of One Million Circuits. His solo projects have always found a home in Ampispazi’s catalogue. The producer, whose style varies from the atmospheres of melodic Techno to the spacey sounds of New Trance, has worked hard in his Milan’s studio between 2014 and 2015 and finally put together his very first long play. ‘Electronic Algorhythm Poetry’ aims to tell a tale while trying to open doors to the International music scene.

Fans of Border Community, Modeselektor as well as Innervision will dig this 12 tracker, as it mainly features 4/4 beats, giving the album a marked club-friendly vitality. But that’s not just it. The album includes a range of gear, from drum machines and real drums, to synths and samples: a pure ensemble of modern Electronic Music knowledge, merging different genres as the tracks go along.

Like a crescendo, the LP starts off with ‘Sottofondo Romantico’ (romantic background) which fuses dub with a broken jazzy beat. The Sky Above the Earth is the track that gets the journey started, followed by the cleverly produced Palinopsia. His subtle mysterious atmospheres are well presented with the paranoid Crystalized and the explosive Mantra. Ramsi knows his machines well and delivers the enchanted Walk In 303, after which comes the Petar Dundov – like Pathos. The build up of the LP moves thing to a more emotional note with Another Day and Hang The Beat before killing it with 3 dance floor monsters La Fiaba, Aurea and Love Is Not A Word. The last 3 are clearly a homage to a variety of music styles from Detroit Techno to the more modern Berlin’s one.

‘Electronic Algorhythm Poetry’ is out on Ampispazi on the 30 of March ,make you sure you get yourself a copy, will be huge!

Always with Love