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Billy Nasty's Electrix Records introduces a new series entitled `Electrix Shox'. Volume 1, released in November features new Electro tracks by The Advent and Mazzula. The Advent (Cisco Ferreira) has built a mammoth career since the late 80s and become a luminary of the Techno scene, but what's perhaps less known is his love of old school Electro. Those who happened upon him at this year's Bloc Weekend will be able to testify to this fact and it's certainly not the first time he's used his production talents to create the sound, having released his `Light Years Away' album on Electrix back in 2003. Now he returns to the label with two new blistering tracks, the beautifully Kraftwerkesque `Eurodynamic', which is a collaboration with his son, Zein (proving the apple doesn't fall far from the tree!) and the darker, bass-driven `Diverse Scope'. Mazzula may be a new name for some people, but he certainly stands his ground here. This Stoke-on-Trent resident has been on a musical journey since an early age when he first heard the likes of Ultravox and synth pop, then discovering House in the 90s, and while the rave scene which followed left him unsatisfied, the early sounds of Techno (though hard to find in his area) eventually brought him to his spiritual home of Electro. Influenced by the likes of Aux 88, DJ Stingray and Paul Blackford, his tracks have gained support from some mighty names in the trade, like Dave Clarke who's played tracks on his famous White Noise radio show. Mazzula's two tracks for the vinyl release are the stabbing delights of `Carl Craig Always Did' and the sputtering drive of `Doors'. The digital release of `Electrix Shox Volume 1' also features two bonus tracks by Mazzula. These sweet treats of `Satdee Night' (which features his own vocals) and `Sleeping Dragon display some of his early synth pop influences, alongside modern-day production techniques....

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