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Rural Records presents a deep and quirky EP by Argentinean legend, Diego Ro-K (Dutchie Music, Friction Free, Communique), alongside Hernan Cattaneo, probably one of the most iconic artist on the south cone.

Diego's open-minded DJ style has allowed him to really explore multiple genres, picking what works best for him. This Original release is a clear reflection of an experienced and well-listened DJ/producer, presenting tracks that are both different and eclectic. "Lowww" is a 4 track EP consisting of 3 originals and one remix by Jorge Ciccioli (Minus, Rrygular, Sensum), another Buenos Aires native.

➢ The first track on this release is called "Lowww". It has a deep and grooving bass-line tucked underneath a dramatic dark stab, yet some fun and interesting organ keys keep the track fun and flowing. A sound that could be classified as Deep House or Techno depending on the environment played.

➢ The next one is "Magoo", a quirky tech number full of interesting sounds and sample work. Blunt echoing stabs sound above a constant solid bottom whilst pitched synth work add a unique and distinctive flavour.

➢ Following is "The Shaking", very different from the remix. Dark eerie vocals and a scratchy alarm set a deep and seductive tone for this track in the opening minute. Reverbered chimes hold the mid whilst a stabbing bass moves the bottom end. This track is true underground Techno, no fluff, just dark, deep, groove.

➢ Jorge Ciccioli's remix of "The Shaking" is the last track of this EP. This Tech-House track is a little heavier than the previous two and a more upbeat version of the original. A high-pitched synth loop rings throughout the track, fluctuating from time to time to add movement. The track keeps a relative constant throughout, small hints and samples can be heard that allow it to reconnect with Diego's version.