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Parisian audiovisual pro Domenico Bercelli, after cleverly weaving his mixed Italian and French heritage into the elegantly simple pseudonym "Le Dom", then proceeds to give his two cents to today's club scene… and, in perfect likeness to his knack for coaxing spectacle out of minimalism… his two cents go a long way. His first track, "Elephant", makes an appearance in an early Sound Pellegrino podcast; his excellent debut EP, "Citadel", released by London outfit Dred Collective, still stands as a testament to his deftness in mixing pop sensibilities with a functionalist outlook; his dayjob commercial productions have more than likely made their way into your subconscious; and, finally, his latest oeuvre, "Oazis", for Tessier-Ashpool Recordings' main series, is almost a primer in their 2015-renewed definition of machine music.

The functionalist tag is oft-abused abused these days, and would again be abused herein, but Le Dom is not quite a functionalist. His sonic palette is not restrictive, but tightly regimented, with machine-like rigor, and exploited to its full potential. Punishing percussive sections approach logical extremes, careful not to surpass them, before making way for escapist, yet restrained melodies that betray the EP's emotional core. A constant dance between full-frequency onslaught and spatial economy occurs in the sound spectrum. Le Dom's music is thusly divorced from perceptible influence, reference, or suggested medium, lending itself equally to home listening, specialist club rinsing, and arena/festival performance.
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