Italian artist Francesco Bergomi has been releasing material since 2010 via the likes of Dubfires Sci+Tec, Memento and Phobiq, always delivering striking and experimental sounds which have helped him garner the attention of Techno tastemakers such as Adam Beyer and Richie Hawtin.
Here Francesco slots into the roster of Spanish imprint MINIBUS, sitting him alongside the likes of Ambivalent, Heartthrob, Joseph Capriati and Paco Osuna in its catalogue.
Kicking things off is Francescos Ayxo, which sees the Italian producer deliver his signature uptempo percussive led style, bringing penetrating rhythms to the forefront while howling hypnotic synths and gritty bass stabs continually bloom across its six-minute duration.
Following is the second offering from Bergomi entitled Stak which retains a similar aesthetic employing murky vocal murmurs, crunchy drums and an unfaltering sub bass hook to drive the composition.
Rounding off the package is a remix of Ayxo from Cadenzas Ernesto Ferreyra, and in typical fashion of the Argentine were treated too a smooth, ethereal and charmingly minimalistic reshape laid out over seven minute with jangling percussions, smoky pad lines and ever-evolving atmospherics.