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  • Release Date 2019-05-31
  • Label Full Pupp
  • Catalog FP064
After a long Pause Full Pupp are finally back - and with New Oslo Talent Supreme. Jaeger Club's resident Ivaylo returns here to Prins Thomas' always on-point Full Pupp label for a release defined by its imaginative take on contemporary house and techno. Featuring three peak-time dance floor tracks, Syklon is a release that speaks to discerning dance floor connoisseurs in emphatic fashion. Anyone who's followed Ivaylo's musical career to date will know that this is a man who values quality and eclecticism above all else. Raised in Bulgaria but now firmly based in Oslo, the Jaeger resident has really been finding his feet of late, playing alongside some of the scene's best-known names and consistently putting out expert sounds courtesy of his Bogota label. 2019, however is the year that the producer's sounds are sure to reach a new audience still. Indeed, his first solo release of the year comes at us here courtesy of fellow Oslo dweller Prins Thomas's always on-point Full Pupp imprint. Featuring three classy tracks that explore the producer's many influences, this one is every bit as exciting as we'd anticipated. It's the dubby, weighty sounds of 'Syklon' that get the release underway. Notable for its classy drums and unlikely turn of pace around the halfway point, it's an innovative track that speaks volumes of Ivaylo's knack for taking chancesand being greatly rewarded for doing so. Kicking off on a fairly innocuous tip, it morphs into a full-bodied techno workout thanks to some expert synths and an old-school vocal. 'Aerodynamisk' is another impressive battle weapon, with this one drenched in positive, sun-glistened sounds and emotive overtones. Banging but also deep in parts, it walks the tightrope between two very different strands with an impressive distinction. Like 'Syklon' before it, it refuses to stand still and opt for a straightforward approach, with this one also taking the listener on a wild ride over the course of its 6-or-so minutes. Culminating the release is 'Karla', a baseline-led jam that really comes to life with the piano keys come into play. A catchy jam that's hard not to fall for, this one is full of enticing, mysterious vibes from the off. An imaginative listen from start to finish, Ivaylo's latest truly is a release worth treasuring.