Serpenti is the new material of Di Rugerio that contains three melodic techno tracks inspired by different species of snakes each one, where we can appreciate its distinctive touch of dark atmospheres and hypnotic melodies.
"Boomslang" is the first theme of the release, starting with a simple battery with a tom that makes the mishap, so that new percussive elements appear and an arpeggio that leads to the extesis until the break, matching by the melody of a dark pad that Is heard in the background, the break accompanied by a new hypnotic synthesizer explode the return of the battery together with the previous elements until the final break that return the calm and tension until to finish, a track that will be dynamite in the club.
"Cratalus" is the second theme, it starts with dark and powerful bass pad that give rise to a second hypnotic synthesizer in conjunction with a shaker that resembles the sound of the rattlesnake, the bass line sound is progressive and deep, dark atmospheres are incorporated , the hypnotic sound of the arpeggio takes the lead role in conjunction with riffs of wild and scratchy synthesizers until the intermediate where a new element more hypnotic and psychedelic pops up that break, that sound predominates until the final intermediate of the theme where it is degrading with an obvious end with the battery each time with less elements, a theme with great character for the dance floor.
"Naja" the last track, just like the previous themes begins in a simple way on the drums with a continuous and raspy bass pad at certain times, is incorporating an arpeggio that takes the main role with a melody in the background and riffs of rasped synthesizers that arrive to the break with great presence to later give simple entrance to the bass drum along with the bass pad and progressive bass line where the main arpegio and the other elements of the battery are incorporated again until slowly they are diluted to finalize the theme with the simple kick of the beginning, a track thought for the sublime moment of the after-hours.
Supported by Nick Devon, Simon Doty, Reinier Zonneveld, Dizharmonia, Erly Tepshi, Nihil Young, Anis Hachemi, Rauschhaus, Natural Flow.and more.