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fuse020_artArtist: Enzo Siragusa & Alexkid
Title: Evolutions EP
Label: Fuse
Cat. #: Fuse 020
Release Date: Vinyl16th November 2015 / Digital -14th December 2015
Tracklist:
A1. Enzo Siragusa – Desire
B2. Alexkid – Wear Your Cape

Enzo Siragusa and Alexkid return to Fuse with their ‘Evolutions’ EP. Here the pair create two tracks that are the logical progression of the infamous ‘Kilimanjaro’ sound they crafted back in 2013 which has been a surefire highlight of Enzo’s sets of late.

The last year has blown up for Enzo Siragusa. He has played more gigs than ever at some of the strongest parties the world has to offer: BPM, Sonus, Cocoon In The Park, DC-10 and Enter plus two debut dates at Amnesia.
Not to mention Fuse London and the significant impact and growth of the party in Ibiza moving to arguably one of the best clubs in the world, Space Ibiza. The Ibiza residency spanned over four dates including an outdoor event at Benimussa Park, proving quality over quantity is key, a rule Enzo has proven to live by.

Hailing from Paris Alexkid has over 20 years in the game under his belt. He is the proud owner of his own booking agency ‘510k’ housing some of the most promising talents the underground scene has to offer including Bella Saris and Archie Hamilton. Currently a resident at Rex Club via his own Deja-wu events, and also recently launching his Wu-Dubs imprint Alexkid still demonstrates a strong passion for electronic music and shows no sign of slowing down.

“We started the Kilimanjaro project together which was to making house inspired by our drum and bass pasts. This is an evolution of that. These are our own individual takes influenced by that sound.” – Enzo Siragusa

Label head Enzo once again fuses his junglist past with sleek tech beats on the A side in the form of ‘Desire’. Skippy percussion imbuing the track with a real sense of funk before a monster 90s style b-line cuts through the mix to really nail the floor.

Alexkid steps up with his trademark dubby style on the flipside with ‘Wear Your Cape’. Razor sharp percussion and a cavernous bass take the track to deliciously lofty heights.

 

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