Artist: Rino Cerrone, Deraout
Title: Something’s Raining
Remixer: Stanny Franssen, Soren Alberg 
Loose Records
Release Date: 20.05.2013
Cat. #: LR027

Rino Cerrone, the Master, marks another success, and he does it through his historical Loose Records label, with a co-project in cooperation with the Columbian Dee Jay, Promoter and Producer Deraout, already famous in South America and on the international recording industries, thanks to his releases and remix with labels such as: Attary Records, Sleaze Records, Roadtrip Recordings. During his tour in Colombia, Rino cooperated in studio with Jaun where they produced “Something’s Raining”, an EP formed by two original tracks and a Stanny Franssen & Soren Alberg remix. The first artist, also known as G – Force, historic Belgian producer, known for his projects on labels such as Cocoon and Harthouse, while Soren Alberg Danish producer, soon emerges on the electronic scene and up to date has already collected important releases on labels such as Bedrock and MB Elektronics.
The first track of this project is then “Something’s Raining” which carries the same name of the EP. A mix characterised by warm frequencies and very deep drum elements, where the drum is marked, the bass riff is pretty twisted, making a very homogeneous track line. The rhythmic of the track is pushed by an accurate Synth elaborated in the background, nearly a sort of mood Ambient but at the same time endowed with an explosive Techno charge.
“Waiting For The Ufo” is the second step of this journey and actually we are nearly facing an introspective adventure starting from a rigorous drum, a sort of beating machine to end in a spatial Synth, everything surrounded by warm bass. The track has a Dark Techno mark where everything moves around the most obscure sense of music, where sinister vibrations and hallucinating effect play a fundament role for the listener.
Stanny Franssen and Soren Alberg twistly remix “Waiting For The Ufo, and actually the two producers give a sort of old school touch to this track. Springy bass and Hi Hats rush, incessantly wildly flow, as they would not stop. The drum stays on the logic line of the original version but what gives an original touch to this single is its Synth, goading on Detroit style chords bringing the all mix to a disarming pause. The restart describes all the power of this track, dark lights, closed eyes; it’s time for Old School Techno.
Once again the label Boss confirms himself as a conceptual artist, always able to amaze the listeners and back up with ingenious co-operators and high quality remixers. That’s Loose Records!

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