Influenced by the works of Brian Eno, Philip Glass, John Cage and Steve Reich, Marino has carved his own staple sound in the techno scene through a stream of solid releases. He has released on MOOD, Hommage and KmN and his fans include Adam Beyer, Nicole Moudaber, Adriatique Joris Voorn and Pan-Pot, and here makes his debut on the ever reliable Lost & found imprint.
Fabric London owner, Keith Reilly, was quoted in an interview saying, "We all live in a world where we have instant access to the worlds most talented DJ's now. But every decade or so you hear someone, and you know there is something else, something very special going on. I feel Marino is that someone".
We are treated to three tracks here, so kicking off with ' All The Right Endings'. a beautiful deep building journey, that locks you in to its magical groove. deep and infectious vibes flow, and then the key changing arp line adds an air of sophistication, as we travel along its melodious path. the track ends with an epic, almost orchestral feel as we are treated to a beat-less outro and a half!
'The Midnight Sun' is a Burning man style sexy little number. The simple arp is the backbone here and carries everything along, as spacious reverbs and pads arrive and disappear, all while you're locked under its mysterious spell.
'The Endless Fall' aptly closes this EP and is a deep and fantastical voyage, that effortlessly meanders through a dreamy wash of coolness. Subtle pads and fx add layers of warmth as this track develops. The melodics increase as we reach the breakdown and a treated to a pine tingling 'moment' for the dance floor.