Berlin’s Ampispazi drops the belter EP from Bugcoder’s Janca this April, backed up with Kerri Chandler’s Madtech contributor Ercos Blanka.
The forward thinking label’s 74th release sees German talent Janca presenting ‘Lumo EP’, which features 3 original tracks fully immersed in a Innervision scenario. The EP is the producer’s first original release on the label, following his remix on a previous Marco Ricci record. Alongside Janca’s 3 original tracks we see the return of one of the imprint’s favourites, Ercos Blanka.
‘Lumo EP’ opens with the title track, a powerful melodic journey in which the producer merges raw baselines with deep soulful piano melodies, while an hypnotic arp carries the groove into fresh and unexplored moods. ‘Arion’ is a killer late finishing tune: hands in the air and shivers down the spine when the bass kicks in, all driven by relentless percussion patterns. ‘Borracho’ fuses Techno with Future Garage with a long sub bass line that guides the tune – sounding like a freshly made R&S record, a newly born Pariah mixed with AME. Lumo’s version by Ercos Blanka takes a more introverted vibe – the producer uses the piano melodies and transform them into emotional chords, playing over an outstanding synth solo that sounds like a guitar.
Be prepared to get lost dancing in the night with Janca’s latest EP on Ampispazi.
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