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1. Enrico Sangiuliano - Moon Rocks - Drumcode - DC160

  • Published: 2016-08-22T13:48:30Z
  • By Drumcode
Enrico Sangiuliano - Moon Rocks - Drumcode - DC160

Hot on the heels of the A-Sides Volume 5 compilation, Enrico Sangiuliano makes his return to Drumcode with his highly anticipated EP ‘Moon Rocks’. The heavy hitting four track EP shines a light on Sangiuliano’s tight, thundering production skills. The hoover heavy lead track ‘Moon Rocks’ is packed with booming percussion, intricate synths and brooding crescendos. The EP encapsulates Sangiuliano’s wide spectrum of sounds ranging from the fat bass line of ‘Moon Rocks’ to the more delicate harmonies shown within the ‘Dutch Kiss’ mixes whilst ‘Ghettoblaster’ sits somewhere in between.

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2. Premiere: Enrico Sangiuliano "Astral Projection"

Premiere: Enrico Sangiuliano

On the 17th of July Enrico Sangiuliano returns to Adam Beyer´s Drumcode with his 2 track ep "Astral Projection". We got the groove driven title track as a premiere for you. Head to review: http://bit.ly/2u6yLeN Get track: http://bit.ly/2syita5 Am 17. Juli kehrt Enrico Sangiuliano mit seiner "Astral Projection" EP zurück zu Drumcode. Den Titeltrack, den u.a. Labelchef Adam Beyer in den letzten Wochen sehr erfolgreich in seinen Sets ausgetestet hat, könnt ihr hier als Premiere in voller Länge hören. Zum Review: http://bit.ly/2u6yLeN Track kaufen: http://bit.ly/2syita5

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3. Enrico Sangiuliano - Ghettoblaster - Drumcode - DC160

  • Published: 2016-08-22T13:48:29Z
  • By Drumcode
Enrico Sangiuliano - Ghettoblaster - Drumcode - DC160

Hot on the heels of the A-Sides Volume 5 compilation, Enrico Sangiuliano makes his return to Drumcode with his highly anticipated EP ‘Moon Rocks’. The heavy hitting four track EP shines a light on Sangiuliano’s tight, thundering production skills. The hoover heavy lead track ‘Moon Rocks’ is packed with booming percussion, intricate synths and brooding crescendos. The EP encapsulates Sangiuliano’s wide spectrum of sounds ranging from the fat bass line of ‘Moon Rocks’ to the more delicate harmonies shown within the ‘Dutch Kiss’ mixes whilst ‘Ghettoblaster’ sits somewhere in between.

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4. Premiere: Moby - Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad (Enrico Sangiuliano Remix)

Premiere: Moby - Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad (Enrico Sangiuliano Remix)

Read more: http://dancingastronaut.com/2016/11/da-premiere-moby-heart-feel-bad-enrico-sangiuliano-remix/

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5. Enrico Sangiuliano - Blooming Era - Drumcode - DC176

  • Published: 2017-07-12T14:08:24Z
  • By Drumcode
Enrico Sangiuliano - Blooming Era - Drumcode - DC176

Drumcode continues its commitment to releasing the scene’s most cutting-edge techno. With releases this year already from Adam Beyer, Pig&Dan, Alan Fitzpatrick, Dense & Pika and Julian Jeweil, this July see’s the return of Enrico Sangiuliano with ‘Astral Projection’. After his remix of Moby’s of ‘Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad’ back in November last year, Enrico sought creative inspiration from his travels, transcending that into his productions and long studio sessions during the winter months. The result brings a mind and body melting release from the Italian producer. The title track ‘Astral Projection’ is a captivating, big room techno masterpiece. Deep reverberations punch alongside a sinisterly crisp percussive drive. Launching into a groove laden synth modulation of low end textures, it breaks down into an ethereal amalgamation of pads and synths before the vocal launches, taking this track to another level. ‘Blooming Era’ has destructive dancefloor intent. There is no holding back with the low end synth modulation which Enrico has mastered to perfection. A tightly woven percussive flare moulds flawlessly with the rolling oscillations of the beast of this track. If you have seen label head honcho Adam Beyer playing anywhere on the globe in the last 5 months, this has been a peak time favourite. Road-tested to the max, and with much success.

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6. Enrico Sangiuliano - Dutch Kiss (Straight Mix) - Drumcode - DC160

  • Published: 2016-08-22T13:48:28Z
  • By Drumcode
Enrico Sangiuliano - Dutch Kiss (Straight Mix) - Drumcode - DC160

Hot on the heels of the A-Sides Volume 5 compilation, Enrico Sangiuliano makes his return to Drumcode with his highly anticipated EP ‘Moon Rocks’. The heavy hitting four track EP shines a light on Sangiuliano’s tight, thundering production skills. The hoover heavy lead track ‘Moon Rocks’ is packed with booming percussion, intricate synths and brooding crescendos. The EP encapsulates Sangiuliano’s wide spectrum of sounds ranging from the fat bass line of ‘Moon Rocks’ to the more delicate harmonies shown within the ‘Dutch Kiss’ mixes whilst ‘Ghettoblaster’ sits somewhere in between.

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7. Enrico Sangiuliano vs Hertz - Start Of Madness - Drumcode - DC159

  • Published: 2016-07-27T14:48:50Z
  • By Drumcode
Enrico Sangiuliano vs Hertz - Start Of Madness - Drumcode - DC159

Adam Beyer’s Drumcode juggernaut attracts more fans and critical plaudits with each passing year. Holding firm on its future facing ethos, techno’s number one label presents a new volume in its acclaimed A-Sides series with 20 prime tracks to signify its 20th anniversary. Such is the volume of quality music Adam Beyer receives throughout the course of the year, releasing all of it would be impossible. Enter the blue chip A-Sides series: a chance for the quality-obsessive label head to issue a collection of outstanding tracks that couldn’t fit in their regular EP release schedule. With an eye on future talent, as much as the label’s established roster of heavy-hitters, the compilation showcases the full breadth of Drumcode’s multifaceted techno sound, equal parts inspiring and functional. Led by the stealth techno funk of ‘Nine of You’, Beyer’s deft collaboration with Mark Reeve, the compilation takes in exciting highlights from big guns such as Alan Fitzpatrick, Dustin Zahn, Bart Skils, Pleasurekraft, Luca Agnelli, Jay Lumen, Kaiserdisco and Gary Beck. The rich vein of form displayed by emerging techno talent is similarly given prime position. Rising DJ/producer Boxia makes his Drumcode debut, fresh from a well-received warm up set for the crew at the hugely successful Junction 2 festival in London, while the likes of Enrico Sangiuliano, Juan Sanchez, Ian O’Donovan and Timmo also drop fire, establishing their credentials as some of the most promising talent breaking through the ranks in 2016. Reinforcing the global scope of the label, artists such as The Junkies from Toronto and Layton Giordani from New York, prove techno is winning a place in the heart of the new generation of artists coming out of North America.

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8. Adam Beyer & Enrico Sangiuliano - Preset Heaven - Drumcode - DC178

  • Published: 2017-08-24T14:18:23Z
  • By Drumcode
Adam Beyer & Enrico Sangiuliano - Preset Heaven - Drumcode - DC178

Drumcode returns with its 6th installment of the internationally celebrated A-Sides series. Renowned for fostering a shared space between industry tastemakers and rising talent alike, the careful curation that goes into each volume is a fine example of why Beyer’s brand continues to go from strength to strength. Techno titan Adam Beyer has grown Drumcode into a force to be reckoned with; the label has become synonymous with forward-thinking, functional techno and even after 20 years, Drumcode continues to find new boundaries to push, and ways to solidify its legacy as the world’s number one techno label. 2017 is no exception, with Beyer’s imprint hosting it’s first stage at Tomorrowland, not to mention the expansion of the critically acclaimed Junction 2 where the Drumcode stage is the centrepiece and Adam plays the key role of festival director. The Drumcode phenomenon continues to grow each week, chiefly fuelled by Drumcode Radio, Adam’s radio show that’s broadcast in 57 countries via 86 stations and to a global audience of 16 million techno fans per week. The A-Sides series acts as a perfect vignette of Drumcode’s cutting-edge sound; functional yet inspired techno, all tracks tried and tested by Beyer himself. Vol. 6 continues this tradition with a collection of 16 multi-faceted cuts from a mixture of both emerging artists and experienced label friends. The heart-throbbing bass in Amelie Lens’ electrifying piece ‘In Silence’ sets the tone for the dark and dance-floor-ready energy that Vol.6 carries the whole way through. Other standouts include Mars Bill’s rough’n’ready ‘Mohave’. Pulsating and precise, ‘Mohave’ has highlighted many of Beyer’s sets recently as has Wehbba’s monster track ‘Fake’, which fans have been anticipating the release of all year. Label-favourites Dense & Pika also feature on ‘A-Sides’ Vol. 6 with their hard-hitting ‘Just a Beat’ and a huge track from Beyer himself who has joined forces with Enrico Sangiuliano to bring us their undeniably infectious ‘Preset Heaven’. With many more notable selections from the likes of Julian Jewell, Timmo, Tiger Stripes and Pig&Dan, A-Sides Vol. 6 is another impressive addition to the label’s prolific release roster and a testament to why Drumcode remains at the forefront of the electronic world.

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9. Enrico Sangiuliano - Astral Projection - Drumcode - DC176

  • Published: 2017-07-12T14:08:26Z
  • By Drumcode
Enrico Sangiuliano - Astral Projection - Drumcode - DC176

Drumcode continues its commitment to releasing the scene’s most cutting-edge techno. With releases this year already from Adam Beyer, Pig&Dan, Alan Fitzpatrick, Dense & Pika and Julian Jeweil, this July see’s the return of Enrico Sangiuliano with ‘Astral Projection’. After his remix of Moby’s of ‘Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad’ back in November last year, Enrico sought creative inspiration from his travels, transcending that into his productions and long studio sessions during the winter months. The result brings a mind and body melting release from the Italian producer. The title track ‘Astral Projection’ is a captivating, big room techno masterpiece. Deep reverberations punch alongside a sinisterly crisp percussive drive. Launching into a groove laden synth modulation of low end textures, it breaks down into an ethereal amalgamation of pads and synths before the vocal launches, taking this track to another level. ‘Blooming Era’ has destructive dancefloor intent. There is no holding back with the low end synth modulation which Enrico has mastered to perfection. A tightly woven percussive flare moulds flawlessly with the rolling oscillations of the beast of this track. If you have seen label head honcho Adam Beyer playing anywhere on the globe in the last 5 months, this has been a peak time favourite. Road-tested to the max, and with much success.

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10. Moby - Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad (Enrico Sangiuliano remix) - Drumcode - DC164

  • Published: 2016-11-14T14:49:08Z
  • By Drumcode
Moby - Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad (Enrico Sangiuliano remix) - Drumcode - DC164

Moby is a name synonymous with us all in the electronic music world and we are lucky enough to have been able to hand select some Drumcode artists to remix his work. This 9 track package included remixes from Enrico Sangiuliano, Dense & Pika, Bart Skils, Alan Fitzpatrick, Marco Faraone, Tiger Stripes, Manic Brothers and Luca Agnelli. Each one has been thought out and accomplished with precision using some of Moby’s synonymous samples.

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11. Enrico Sangiuliano & Secret Cinema - Trrbulence - Drumcode - DC142

  • Published: 2015-05-27T10:24:47Z
  • By Drumcode
Enrico Sangiuliano & Secret Cinema - Trrbulence - Drumcode - DC142

The Drumcode A-Sides compilation is quickly becoming synonymous within the techno world as a go to compilation for the hottest tracks that are deservedly A-side material in their own right. Each specific track has it own unique character that brings an outstanding and electrifying aspect to the compilation that as a whole makes it something extremely special. Mixing both highly experienced and new artists has helped to bring a new dimension to the compilation that makes it such a special array of tracks.

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12. Premiere: Enrico Sangiuliano - Moon Rocks (Original Mix)

Premiere: Enrico Sangiuliano - Moon Rocks (Original Mix)

♫ Read More ♫: http://www.deephouseamsterdam.com/premiere-enrico-sangiuliano-moonrocks-original-mix Enrico Sangiuliano makes his return to Adam Beyer's Drumcode with the highly anticipated EP ‘Moon Rocks’. Enrico Sangiuliano began his career through illegal raves in Italy. In recent years, Enrico began putting his releases out into the international techno scene with rhythmic, deep, hypnotic and technological tracks, exuding techno from the heart. His work has been supported, selected and played by the likes of John Digweed, Carlo Lio, Monika Kruse, Christian Smith, Joseph Capriati, Ramon Tapia, Steve Lawler and, of course, Adam Beyer. In fact, if you were in attendance at Awakenings this year, you would have heard this fat bassed monster closing out the main man's set, now set to release as part of an electric, eponymous EP. Today, we proudly premiere the EPs title track. Packed with booming percussion, intricate synths and brooding crescendos, this one's not for the faint of heart. "Moon Rocks" is available 22 August on Drumcode https://soundcloud.com/enrico-sangiuliano

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13. Enrico Sangiuliano - X-Pollination (Mark Reeve Remix) [Unrilis]

Enrico Sangiuliano - X-Pollination (Mark Reeve Remix) [Unrilis]

Enrico Sangiuliano came up through illegal raves and is now a top DJ who plays all over the world and has his music played by the likes of Adam Beyer and Sven Vath. He has had the longest ever running techno number one on Beatport (his remix of ‘Can You Hear Me’ for DJ Boris on Alleanza) and is one of the best selling artists on the site at any one time. His music comes on Cocoon and Drumcode amongst others, and is powerful, direct stuff for the dance floor. Written entirely in Italy, “X-Pollination (or cross-pollination) is fundamentally the key factor of growth, consciousness and life,” says the artist. “It’s the way I connect with people, share my passion, fly from one place to another and put many influences and elements into my music.” The title track is eight minutes of slow burning but hypnotic techno funk with rolling rubber drums and nervy pads. Frazzled synths add post apocalyptic vibes to this main room anthem and many well crafted peaks and troughs along the way help make it even more standout. It is a real techno classic in the making. Mark Reeve is the UK star who remixes. He has a long history with techno that goes back to the rave scene. Since then his education has taken in trips to techno mecca The Omen, has resulted in music on Cocoon and collabs with Pig & Dan. He has also released on Drumcode and has a big rolling sound that fills the world’s finest clubs and warehouses with his unique grooves. His take on the original is more energetic, with searing synths, cantering kicks and a dark energy that makes you pump your fist and stomp the floor. It is full of drama and is perfect balanced from start to finish.

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14. Boris - Can You Hear Me (Enrico Sangiuliano Remix) [Alleanza]

Boris - Can You Hear Me (Enrico Sangiuliano Remix) [Alleanza]

Boris - Can You Hear Me (Enrico Sangiuliano Remix)[Alleanza] Release Date : 31st August 2015 There is no place in the world quite like New York City. So much can be said about it – it’s big, it’s loud, it’s beautiful, and, most of all, its home to one of our Alleanza family members - BORIS. A name that couriers the sound of the Big Apple with elite techno fabrication that clearly reflects in this superior single which also includes a distinctive remix by Italy's sound sorcerer Enrico Sangiuliano. feedbacks so far: Sam Paganini - Nice! Sangiuliano rmx my fav, downloading thanks! Gregor Tresher - Great original, great remix! Secret Cinema - Both tracks rule! Another great remix by Enrico! Karotte - cool original and cool rmx from enrico. like it. Marco Bailey - FULL SUPPORT !! Boris - Happy to be a part of the Alleanza family. Enrico remix is outstanding! Victor Calderone - Nice release from Boris. remix is big. thx! Roland M. DIll - Great tunes guys!!! Broombeck - Great remix by Enrico! Timmo - Both the original and the remix are monsters! Huge, huge, huge stuff from Alleanza!!!! Roberto Capuano - Great original and remix! Support! Mistress Barbara - great EP! WHYT NOYZ - Enrico is on fire! Spartaque - Amazing job! Full support Tom Hades - Both are bombs !!! Skober - Very nice EP! Full support!!! Richie Santana - Monster release Tomy De Clerque - i think this is the best promo this month ... will play booth tracks Joey Beltram - Good stuff. Full support. Kardinal - Dope!Full support!!! Reboot - great ep ! thx Arjun Vagale - been playing the original, remix is great too Steve Mulder - Original is HUGE!! Full support Refraction - Amazing music as usual by Alleanza !!!

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15. DCR363 - Drumcode Radio Live - Enrico Sangiuliano live from Mass Festival, Kilkenny

  • Published: 2017-07-20T08:45:24Z
  • By adambeyer
DCR363 - Drumcode Radio Live - Enrico Sangiuliano live from Mass Festival, Kilkenny

Drumcode Live this week is Enrico Sangiuliano live from Mass Festival, Kilkenny. Expect to hear tracks from Enrico Sangiuliano, Vinicius Honorio and Layton Giordani. 1. Luigi Madonna & Roberto Capuano - Midfields 2. Frazier - Acidic Prototype 3. Enrico Sangiuliano - Ghettoblaster - Drumcode 4. Frazier - Unknown Destination 5. Brennen Grey - Are You There - Octopus Black 6. Victor Ruiz - Unveil 7. Hanubis - Finetuning - Illogic 8. Enrico Sangiuliano - Astral Projection - Drumcode 9. Vinicius Honorio - Before My Eyes 10. Ben Grunnell - Push It (Dj Lion Remix) - Familia 11. Frank Biazzi - Darkness - Transmit 12. Enrico Sangiuliano - Blooming Era - Drumcode 13. Layton Giordani - Take It Back 14. Adam Beyer & Enrico Sangiuliano - Preset Heaven 15. BEC - Brick Lane - Hydrozoa

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16. DCR315 - Drumcode Radio Live - Enrico Sangiuliano live from a Private Party, Ibiza

  • Published: 2016-08-18T11:56:28Z
  • By adambeyer
DCR315 - Drumcode Radio Live - Enrico Sangiuliano live from a Private Party, Ibiza

Drumcode Live this week is Enrico Sangiuliano live from a Private Party in Ibiza, Spain. Expect to hear tracks from Timmo, Heiko Laux and Enrico Sangiuliano himself. 01. Lathe - Taygeta - Be As One 02. Enrico Sangiuliano Vs Hertz - Start Of Madness - Drumcode 03. Dotwav - Stroke [Jamie Haus Remix] - Konflkt 04. Enrico Sangiuliano - Ghettoblaster - Drumcode 05. Oscar L - Paranoid - Transmit 06. Rino Cerrone Crash And Burn - Unrilis 07. Enrico Sangiuliano - Dutch Kiss [Straight Mix] - Drumcode 08. Timmo - With You - Drumcode 09. Valent - Chemical - Be As One 10. T78 - Dragstor - Autektone 11. Enrico Sangiuliano - Moon Rocks - Drumcode 12. Newworldaquarium - Introduction - Delsin 13. Konrad - What Pace 14. Heiko Laux - Onyx - Kanzleramt 15. Slam - Significs - Soma 16. Sasha Carassi & Skober - Reborn - Phobiq

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18. Vangelis Kostoxenakis - Son Of A Gun (Enrico Sangiuliano Remix)

  • Published: 2016-01-29T17:00:10Z
  • By Suara
Vangelis Kostoxenakis - Son Of A Gun (Enrico Sangiuliano Remix)

For the next Suara's release Vangelis Kostoxenakis delivers 'Supremacy EP', probably one of his best works ever. A collection of delicate but powerful beats and lots of harmonic layers combined with strong beats, definitely big room electronic underground music. On remix duties Enrico Sangiuliano with his modern techno point of view and Miguel Bastida with a smart and raw revision of 'Supremacy'. The package is completed with two more additional tracks. If you are an electronic music lover, here you will find some reasons to keep loving it. Artwork by GaAs Mastering by www.pobla.es

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19. Secret Cinema and Enrico Sangiuliano - Alone With The Bitch

Secret Cinema and Enrico Sangiuliano - Alone With The Bitch

New release by Enrico Sangiuliano and Secret Cinema - Alone in this Place EP www.facebook.com/secretcinema.gem, [email protected]

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