Adriatique, Glowal, Soel, Marino Canal, Charlie Thorstenson – Siamese Anthology II / SIAMESE007

RELEASE: Siamese Anthology II
ARTIST(S): Adriatique, Charlie Thorstenson, Glowal, Marino Canal, Soel

REMIXERS:

LABEL: Siamese / SIAMESE007
GENRE: Melodic House & Techno
RELEASED: 2018-05-25
BITRATE: 320Kbps
DOWNLOAD SIZE: 80.74 MB

TOTAL TRACKS 5

  1. Adriatique – Grinding Rhythm (Original Mix) (06:19) / Amin, 123bpm
  2. Charlie Thorstenson – Skuggor (Original Mix) (08:32) / Dmaj, 124bpm
  3. Glowal – Flowers On Tears (Original Mix) (07:24) / G♯min, 126bpm
  4. Marino Canal – Men Of No Purpose (Original Mix) (06:40) / Gmin, 120bpm
  5. Soel – Oberon (Original Mix) (06:08) / Cmin, 123bpm

Total Playtime: 00:35:03 min

It took us a little while to collect and compile material for a follow up of our various artist series, but we are happy to finally reveal Siamese Anthology II! The release is due on May 25th marking our first release with new distribution partner Muting The Noise!

There is hardly a better start than Marino Canal’s ‘Men Of No Purpose’. Marino has been exceptionally productive in the last years and we were able to road test a few of them. This one stands out cause its cautious and melancholic at the same time, an explosive combination.

The A2 is delivered by Charlie Thorstenson, another debutant on Siamese. We are big fans of his ‘Svart’ EP recently released on Ovum and we chose Skuggor for this release, a track that reflects perfectly why we are into Charlie’s music.

Next up is us. ‘Grinding Rhythm’ is a track that we are playing for quite some time now but never felt it was the right moment for a release. That luckily changed by now and we’re starting the B side with it, a more dubby approach than usual for us. Deep but incredibly powerful.

On B2 you’ll find Glowal, a new project by Fabio Giannelli & Alessandro Gasperini. When we got our hands on ‘Flowers On Tears’ we instantly fell in love with it. Uncompromising, old school and fresh at the same time.

Closing Siamese Anthology II is SOEL, another talented producer emerging from Italy. Slightly dark but confident melodic techno, we can fit ‘Oberon’ perfectly into our sets at a certain point.

Hope you enjoy this, Part III won’t be long in coming!

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