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As everybody knows, these current times force us to stay home, not attending events, and our industry is suffering a lot from this situation. Nonetheless we need to stay positive and keep sharing our best music, keep dreaming of a better future and why not travelling to far musical galaxies with our mind. That's exactly what Fernando Lagreca proposes on his new EP called "Andromedah", already his third EP for Chrom Recordings.

Fernando Lagreca is a very proactive artist. Next to being manager and agency owner and teaching music business in several schools and academies, he plays live acts with hardware instruments only. And while he is, like everyone of us, in the waiting game until Covid is over and we can all dance again, he has spent long hours in the studio. This has led to producing his most eclectic adventurous sound, resulting in an entire new album (based on RnB, neo-soul and 90's electronica tones), some cinematic and ambient sample packs, a couple of upcoming remixes, and this EP for Chrom, a total journey into a melodic and organic planet.

"Andromedah", the track that gives title to this EP, is a trancy melodic tune that rocket us into a space travel, discovering a total new galaxy of intricate arpeggios, a beat+bass valley made to shine on the dancefloor and a hypnotic riff that won't disappoint anyone who shares the taste for tech harmonies. The second original track "Moordale" is the fiction name of an imaginary town, a town where all its inhabitants are techno fan living beings. As good techno organisms, all the people there go raving all the time, they like labyrinths as deep as the arps and synths on the track and of course they are all converted parishioners of the sound church of Moordale.

On remixes duties, this time we can't do much better. In both cases we've got totally new dimensions. On the one hand, the spanish project Cøherence (Sol Selectas) gives his organic mood to the main track "Andromedah", delivering a remix plenty of subtle vocals, ethnical incluences and sunset revelations. On the other hand, the mighty Mattia Pompeo (Sincopat, Stil vor Talent, Suara, Einmusika) hits "Moordale" with a clear Indie Dance twist turning it into a real dance floor acid anthem, which can be considered as a future classic for Chrom.