And here we are, with the calm that has represented us since 2007, at number 50 of BAUNS. It would have been difficult not to think of a special edition. And here comes Gianni Pellecchia, with a four track release. 'Aghata' opens the dances, with an impetuous bassline surrounded by psycho tribal percussions and children's voices. The children theme is also heard in the drop. A choir repeated in a small and definite part of it. Hypnotic! 'Starry Boy is intense, deep, with a giant synth that is mentioned until its total opening in the drop. Massif! Tropic has an ethereal, carefree air. Small vocal samples intersect and follow one another creating an interesting architecture. A long and sublime drop, with eccentric evolutions, and, with solos synths that recall the sounds of the 90s. 'I Saw You' closes the EP. Theres a heavy 80s influence here. A tribute to the roots of the Detroit Electro. It almost feels like listening to a Quadrant Six track with the Drexciya rhythm. Very interesting to shake your asses!