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Fabrizio Ulivieri is a new comer to Pild and as such he enters with an amazing three track release called Lieben EP. The first track Atem starts with a soft deep chord that takes over the whole track that sets up the mood and vibe for the next couple of minutes. The deep tech base mixed with some micro house arrangements and sounds, works perfectly to drive the groove of this track with softness and ease. The second track Jetzt also haves a main deep chord present at the backend creating a fantastic and really cool atmosphere. The rest of the elements are soft but solid tech base with a great arrangement in the low-end percussions and kick, which are working as main low elements blending perfectly with the deep bass that completes the groove flawlessly. All these elements together create an amazing floating vibe towards the track. The last original track is Zeit, which is the strongest of all in terms of aggressiveness, but also presents some similar deep chord synths at the backend generating a fantastic deep vibe too. The bass line here is more protagonist and drives the groove of the track through the edges of deep house and micro house beautifully. The first of two remixes is from the Dakap duo from USA, who worked over Atem creating their Tengo Dub, which as the name says, is a great deep tech dub using several minimalistic resources which creates a really groovy version with great simplicity. The track is driven mainly by its bass line and a soft side-chained synth line in the backend that alternates its volume with the articulations of the percussions. The second remix is a collaboration between Spanish producers Pedro Silva and Boshan Montes, where they also present and almost techno version with several minimalistic lines of Atem, working around a simple base idea and filling the gaps with several synths sounds from the original and some other new ones. Despite its minimal-techno soul the remix still presents quite few synths from original track creating a great mix between their new groove and the softness and atmosphere from the original track as well. Indeed, another great remix.