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  • Release Date 2013-04-15
  • Label Area Remote
  • Catalog AREADV015
In a new edition of the Area Remote digital EP series, we welcome 2nd Sequel and his friend Frankie Dep.

Young, Italian-born 2nd Sequel is no stranger to us. He released an EP on Moving Vibrations with a sound that is fresh and very original. His style verges on the edge of deep house and new school electronica, always creating a vibe to trigger and move you.

Born in the south of Italy in 1987, Frankie Dep never intended to end up as a DJ/producer. He graduated in biomedical engineering. But his love for music, fuelled by the presence of musicians in his family, eventually led him to be a regular presence in the Turin clubbing scene. He started to follow his passion for electronic dance music and played the decks at Turin's most famous clubs. In January 2013, he made a killer debut on Area Remote. 'The Tattoo I Wanted' EP was released on vinyl and digitally and included remixes by 2000 and One and Danny Serrano.

Now 2nd Sequel and Frankie Dep have joined forces to produce this stunning EP for Area Remote. It will blow your mind.

MOOD BY MOOD: After the exquisite intro, the track takes you on a soulful adventure, mood by mood, bringing the tempo down real low, to create an epic flow. It's a visionary piece that's quite unlike anything you've heard before.

NO FEAR: With an easy but darkish beat and deliciously deep melody, 'No Fear' unfolds into an inky black tune that is extraordinary, to say the least. 2nd Sequel and Frankie Dep present themselves as the new masters of deep house, those dont shy away from breaking a few rules.
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