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Emergency / When I Push
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Vocal Hooked Techno / Techno Trance - Marco Faraone reworks an Italian dance classic, as Prezioso feat. Marvin ‘Emergency 911’ gets a modern-day techno remake. Faraone was just 12-year-old when ‘Emergency 911’ was released in 2000 on Time Records, the track sparking an early love for dance music, before he’d go on to discover house and techno in his mid-teens. One listen to Faraone’s modern day remake and there’s no surprise it got the seal of approval from the legendary Time Records (and countless I.D hunting ravers).

This is punchy and powerful techno that utilises the famous sample to thrilling effect. A very large record indeed! The anticipation for this palpable. Two stars of techno’s new skool – Eli Brown & Layton Giordani – link for their debut collaboration, ‘When I Push’, utilising a sample from OFFAIAH’s ‘Push Pull’. A thrilling highlight of Drumcode’s ADE Awakenings event when Eli Brown joined the crew for the first time at Gashouder, ‘When I Push’, is shaping to be an early contender for techno track of 2024. The cut follows Brown’s stunning ‘RIDE OR DIE’ with HI-LO and a string of standout releases led by ‘Be The One’ which has an incredible 41M plays on Spotify, reinforcing his powerhouse status. Likewise, Giordani has enjoyed another impressive 12 months, with both ‘Life Moves Fast’ and ‘Phantom’, his two beloved releases of 2023 sitting at 1.6M and 2.5M streams respectively, while he recently fulfilled a childhood dream by playing b2b with Adam Beyer at Gashouder. ‘When I Push’ immediately captures listeners with a seductive vox - ‘When I push, I feel good / when I pull, I feel good’, taken from OFFAIAH electrifying 2018 hit on Defected ‘Push Pull’, which rubs shoulders with a striking bassline for a high-impact effect. Amidst the pulsating bass stabs, the track builds to a dizzying crescendo, before dropping down into a pumping dancefloor workout in the final stanza. An exhilarating dancefloor anthem, fit for stadium raves and dark sweaty clubs


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Last FM Information on Marco Faraone

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Tuscany-born but now based in Barcelona, Faraone grew up with a DJ father and folk singing grandfather so was always bound to end up in music. After early forays into hip hop and drum & bass, it was techno that stole his love and soon saw him becoming a resident at Florence’s globally-renowned Tenax club. His regular sets saw him graduate from ‘crafty up-and-comer’ to one of modern techno’s most recognised and respected names with sets at Fabric, Panorama Bar, DC10 and many more of the world's most famous clubs. Marco Faraone had a sensational season at Amnesia in 2022. His blistering sets on the iconic Terrace and famous Main Room showed the diversity of his sound. As he lay down explosive sets across the house and techno spectrum he proved why he is one of the hottest names in the game. Now he's unleashed the power of his much-respected UNCAGE imprint and announced UNCAGE Events. Each one will find him playing the headline slot with a key label associate to make for fully immersive party experiences at the best clubs on the planet. His dexterity in the booth and ability to play big and powerful or more deep and nuanced left an indelible mark on all who heard him. His stylish productions make just as strong an impression: they have come thick and fast in the last few years with more than 40 original tracks, two full lengths and countless 12"s. Testament to the diversity of his sound is the range of different labels he has released on, from techno favourites like Rekids and Drumcode to the iconic house of Defected. His own UNCAGE is now at the heart of the underground thanks to a steady stream of music from the legendary likes of Radio Slave, Mark Broom and Donato Dozzy next to new school talents such as Flug, Anfisa Letyago and Marcal. His famously creative and relentless output continues at the end of 2022 with a track on Alan Fitzpatrick's We Are The Brave, a remix of The Advent on his own UNCAGE label and new music on Drumcode and Filth On Acid. The new year brings a remix for Eats Everything on EI8HT and a track for the Rekids 50th release anniversary compilation as well as much more besides. All this proves that Marco Faraone very much embodies the sound of contemporary techno. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

Last FM Information on Layton Giordani

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A true artist in every sense of the word, Layton Giordani stands firmly as one of the most popular taste makers of techno’s new school, with his pioneering musical vision serving as a contemporary voice for the younger generation. Spending years acquiring knowledge from musical greats, the 28 year old possesses a wealth of experience far beyond his years and has now undeniably earned his rank in the upper echelon of techno. With a repertoire that knows no bounds, the dexterous New Yorker has explored a new dimension of scope with each passing year, nurturing a monumental discography that echoes staunch dedication to his craft. Giordani’s palpable successes can be largely credited to his extensive stock of knowledge, garnered through an insatiable work ethic and years spent earning his keep in the industry. Solely focused on his passion for music from the age of just 13, Giordani’s path forever changed at 19 years old after watching Danny Tenaglia perform live at Pacha NYC. Deeply inspired by the formative experience, Layton began to master his craft behind the decks, landing a pivotal residency at Brooklyn’s Output NY that would consequently steam-roll his career into quick maturity. Thanks to the faith they instilled in him, Layton turned heads and began making a name for himself through his deft touch and sharp ear. Seeking further guidance from another of the long-standing greats, Giordani spent countless hours under the mentorship of Adam Beyer, honing his composition talents and studying the cardinal cuts of techno’s rich history. The affiliation resulted in Giordani’s first releases under the Swedish maven’s storied imprints; an EP titled Unspoken on True soul followed shortly by Rivington, his input to Drumcode’s celebrated A-Sides series. News of the untapped star’s fresh sensibilities circulated and in 2017, Giordani erupted onto the scene with his aptly-named debut album contribution to Drum code in the form of Where It Begins. The 12-track LP served as the first seismic indication of his capabilities and subsequently received critical acclaim from artists, new fans and industry specialists alike. These nascent experiences take on greater meaning when you consider Giordani would collaborate with Tenaglia just a matter of months after the LP’s release, dropping the standout Live Again before 2017 would dawn. Today, the cut is still considered by many to be a modern-day Drum code classic. Just one short year later and the advancement of Giordani’s career showed no signs of slowing as he teamed up for a distinguished three-way collaboration alongside Beyer and Chicago legend Green Velvet for Space Date. The single was the sound of the summer and matched the prosper of his touring schedule, which now included main stage appearances at Drum code Festival, Melt! Festival, Warehouse Project, Motion Bristol, Resistance Ibiza, and the Gashouder for Awakenings x Adam Beyer presents Drum code, among many more. Another stellar solo EP titled Phase II soundtrack Ed the year and led to several more resume-building releases, such as his 2019 hit Chrome, which dominated Drumcode’s A-Sides Vol. 8 compilation, as well as another collaborative effort with Green Velvet on Fuzion; his inaugural release for Relief Records. Replete with creative aspiration and further seeking to express his unique perspective on the genre, 2020 saw the delivery of Giordani’s most complete and robust offering to date, with his sophomore album New Generation. Crafting a critically acclaimed sound through inspirations far removed from techno, the hyper- talented producer presented an opus that favoured ambiences and immersive city soundscapes. Giordani distilled the future into album form with these 11 tracks, citing a refined sound palette built on artistic vibrancy. The LP marked a decisive pivot in Drumcode’s production output, advocating Layton’s nouveau strain of modernized techno in its most tailored form. Diving headfirst into his career with unmatched tenacity, Layton Giordani has achieved more in a matter of years than most artists will in a lifetime and yet he’s still barely skimmed the surface of the possibilities that lie ahead. His unapologetic approach to composition and thirst for knowledge has ensured his seminal status as one of techno’s elite, as he continues to entrench himself as the industry’s new school luminary. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.