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  • Release Date 2020-09-11
  • Label Aterral
  • Catalog ATRRL001
Over the last years, Carlo stepped up as a connoisseur of all things House - as a versatile DJ/producer, but also as man of affairs offside the studio and the DJ booth. Say hello to his new label venture, Aterral, referring to the blistering hot airstream in Málaga, his hometown. By his own admission, it was about time for the Berliner-by-choice to pay tribute to that city and therefore send some blistering hot soundstreams via the upcoming Aterral oeuvre onto all House-loving dancefloors. Ringing in all things to come is the man himself with the best possible three track kick-off.

EP-opener "Estasi", being a co-production with Amsterdam based kindred spirit Retromigration, already assembles every possible ingredient you come to love in a classic House tune. That funky bassline. That filtered vocal bit. Thoses Rhodes harmonies. That spoken word part. That overall jazzy vibe. Thats basically emotive and soulful Housemusic to the max.

"Cobra Bubbles" takes things even up a notch, ringing the 909 alarm and highlighting a killer piano riff. And yet again, that Funk and groove fueled bassline and the percussive patterns just cant fail in heating up a dancefloor into sweat-from-the-wall-dripping conditions.

Then finally, you first have to process the misleading track title "Cute and Fluffy" to appreciate Carlos multifaceted skills as a producer. That tune comes along rather un-fluffy with a bass heavy, reverb-shrouded breakbeat with some admittedly pretty cute field recordings on top. But just wait until the acidline kicks in and youll see that sometimes the Aterral storm can leave some serious devastation.

All the congenial artwork on Aterral comes courtesy of Berlin based artist Jennifer Burtchen.