Lapsus Music kick off 2107 with a fantastic new EP from Sante Sansone. It features four fresh cuts that really showcase his essential house styles, from big and in your face to more suggestive and seductive.
Sante Sansone is an Italian producer discovered from label owners Supernova and added to the Lapsus Music family roster since a couple of years already. After joining Lapsus he has really been making waves on labels like Saved, Materialism, Glasgow Underground and more. Here he impresses once more with four immediately impactful tunes.
Starting with Take Off, over the course of six slick minutes he layers up diving bass lines, bumpy drums and the sort of sweet spoken word vocal samples that add real fire to his groove. After that deep opener, Lost is a playful and loopy tune that teases without any bass for the first few minutes. Filtered vocals and sci-fi sounds eventually get joined by booming kicks and the whole thing really takes off and carries you with it.
Let Me Free then gets playful with disco, loopy breakdowns and more driving, thudding drums as well as some trademark muttered vocals from that human feel. It's big, colorful and the bass kills really imbue the whole thing with a sense of fun that DJs and dancers will love. Last of all Sreet Stuff brings that urban vibe, with rapped vocals adding a hip house feel to some chisels from stone kicks that really bang. It's a boisterous cut to get crowds on their feet and rounds out another fine new EP