The team at Underground Audio are very excited to welcome Ovidi Adlert to the family with his four track whopper 90s Movement EP. With his roots in Valencia, Spain, Ovidi is a household name in the tech-house industry. With continued support from the biggest names in the game, and a stupendous catalogue of highly ranking music, he has gained a formidable place within the genre. This month, we are proud to present four original tracks from Ovidi that are jam packed with energy.
Opening with the EPs namesake 90s Movement, the name immediately begins to make sense. Featuring sounds truly reminiscent of the 90s era, the track offers big kicks, drum-machine inspired percussion, and hip-hop vocals that pack attitude. A heavy bassline pushes through the track, resonating and adding more intensity, making this track a hard-hitting weapon.
Following in second is Alright, which mirrors the in-your-face intensity of the former. Aggressive bass patterns topped with 90s inspired synths and vocal snaps give this track a distinctive underground feel. Adding an unmistakeable 90s shuffle and signature acid synth, the third track Freedom introduces a more stripped-back beat, with the easily recognisable words of Martin Luther King complimenting the deep, low slung bass.
Closing the EP is Look At That Funk, a fast-moving, funky, tech-house roller. Still bringing through the signature attitude of the tracks in this EP, this energetic number rolls through a rollercoaster of tension throughout the track. Suspended synths and hypnotic buildups complimented by powerful drops gear this track perfectly for the big warehouse raves.