Enrico Sangiuliano has been on the Italian scene since 2003. Over the years he managed to work his way up through the ranks performing at Italy’s largest stages and hosting his own club night ‘TECH’. Many of his own unreleased tracks became club hits through his own performances. In recent years he has started putting his releases out into the international techno scene with releases on Alchemy, Octopus and Truesoul to name a few. So what can you expect from his release on Gem?
The EP is a double A-side with two amazing tracks. First up is Groove Mission which combines a powerful pumping groove with industrial noises and percussion echoing through a huge reverb. The track is simply dripping with excellent production skills. Thumping bass and crisp highs manage to leave room to make this big room techno sound warm and cosy.
Next up is Stone Cock which according to Sangiuliano refers to ‘a huge stone monolith he imagines rising up from earth into space’. The track definitely sounds like it came from another planet with a repetitive bleep as the main feature of the track and trippy laughter in the break. Again a powerful groove drives the track and menacing sounds are expertly wrapped over the top.