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After being intercepted globally with Rene Amesz's 'This Is True' release, Stealth continues their 2013 thrust with 'Freak Out/Deep In Turin' from Marc Vedo, marking the label debut from Bristol's internationally touring export. Along with a global footprint of performances from the intimacies of Ministry of Sound, London, all the way through to the stages of Ultra Music
Festival, Miami, Marc notches a support repertoire that includes the likes of Pete Tong, Maceo
Zabiela, Chris Lake, and most obviously, Roger
From the cue point, Freak Out walks in drums-a-blazing, with an engineering job focused on overpowering the mix down of its predecessor in the set. Dropping in hypnotically with a swinging bass line and stuttered drum fills, the stage is set as the track builds with a breakbeat induced climb towards drop 2, where a clavinet inspired top line piles through, pushing it's way through a crowd of B-Boys with a street wise vocal grunt.
Taking different strides from Freak Out, Deep In Turin showcases the depth of Mr. Vedo's production palette. With a bottom heavy analog bass line leading the charge, filtered synth plucks set the stage for a production filled with fine details. The breakdowns have been formatted for people to find their motion, before erotic screams and moans bring the beat back. With a subtly placed 'eruption' vocal sample scattered throughout, it's evident that this one is focused on dispensing audio pheromones to every corner of the dance floor.
'Freak Out/Deep In Turin' is available from Stealth Records, exclusively at Beatport on Monday 1st April 2013, and all other digital retailers on Monday 15th April 2013.
1. Freak Out
2. Deep In Turin
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