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  • Release Date 2018-04-30
  • Label Formatik
  • Catalog FMKDIGI054
Ends meet on this one. The Turin-based and highly successful Luigi Rocca, manager and founder of labels like 303Lovers, Hotfingers and Tuomotu, meets Arezzo's Luigi Gori, another Italian staple who has been releasing on imprints like Casual Lab, Recycle Records and Recycle Limited in the past. Joining forces in the studio they meet the Formatik Records-camp for their conjunctional label debut which is the ''Meat Phil EP'', a formidable high octane outing and defo one to leave its marks on todays dancefloors.

The title track ''Meat Phil'' comes in with a hefty, muscular swing balancing the thin line between House and TechHouse whilst providing some sweet filters in full effect, working through UK-infused vocal reworks whilst steering towards a high octane climax when reaching its full peak at the very prime time of each and every DJ set out there.

With ''For Sale'' we see Luigi Rocca & Luigi Gori taking a turn into darker alleys, amagalmating a pounding pump, ever rolling subs as well as highly defined stabs and sweeps with sharp hi-hat grooves, precisely stuttering vocal cuts and large scale build ups to shape a powerful tool to be loved by many DJ's for long time.

''Shakerback'' sees the two Italian producers on a more Tech-oriented tip that weighs in heavy, highly compressed bassdrums and quite a few hints of good ol' humour as the two managed to warp and twist their synths in a pretty tongue-in-cheek way to come up with surprising raw sounds surely meant to light up every ravers day in an unexpected, yet highly functional way.

Their track ''You Get It'' lives up to its name and therefore we get a pretty explosive dose of
hard pumping House sporting a well discoid groove alongside the producers' trademark vocal abuse, thrilling drum rolls and big ass synth sweeps catering a maximum energy supply for every dancefloor in the world. Tune.