KZA’s long running Let’s Get Lost series continues it’s relentless slalom through the edit scene, inviting famed Italian cosmic voyager Daniele Baldelli and his prolific compatriot Marco Dionigi back for more cross genre oddities. Release Title See all. With the trippiness switched for drones and a ploughman kick drum, it’s yet another gold star for the Nein Records boss. Bring on the next chapter. Items 1 to 37 of 37 on page 1 of 1.
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Although he – and, it could be argued, compatriot Beppe Loda – invented the “cosmic disco” sound in the late s and early 80s, it’s only in the last decade that the sound has been celebrated across the globe. KZA’s long running Let’s Get Lost series continues it’s relentless slalom through the edit scene, inviting famed Italian cosmic voyager Daniele Baldelli and his prolific compatriot Marco Dionigi back for more cross genre oddities.
It’s heartening to report, then, that this collaboration with Dario Piana for Leng Records is arguably the best thing he’s produced to date.
Daniele Baldelli – Back To My Funky Side – The Remix album
Sky Dump EP 12″. Well worth checking out! In many ways, it’s fitting, because the music inside is deliciously trippy. Baldelli also dips into some more down-tempo, ambient and darker italo stylings with “Tunnel”, while taking a Latin slde with “Conflitto Mexicano”. New to old Price: Typically trippy and blessed with both psychedelic electronics, and vintage analogue synthesizers, it joins the dots between experimental Italian synth-wave, chugging electronic disco, yearning drum machine funk, glassy-eyed soundscapes and pitched-down disco-funk, all the while sounding like it could have been recorded in the DJ’s late ’70s and early bacm heyday.
Cosmic disco legend Daniele Baldelli with brand new trancey disco and space techno tracks. The title track is a soaring Italo number that should be used as evidence when people ask you to define cosmic disco, whilst “Desmodromico” has a touch of the vintage In Flagranti grot about it.
With cheesy Italo Disco getting popular again inBaldelli thinks that sise time to bring on some deepness again.
Mehmet AslanI Love Disco! Music New This Week. Another eruptive cosmic meltdown from Baldelli.
Show out of stock titles. Badlelli’s love of spacey synths, crunchy guitars and tactile synth bass comes to the fore on closer “Air Vibes”, which also boasts a wonderfully tactile breakdown.
Daniele Baldelli – Back To My Funky Side – The Remix – Vinyl 2×12″ – – EU – Original | HHV
Release Date See all. Unquestionably one of DJ culture’s longest-standing and furthest-thinking selectors drops the penultimate edition of his epic “Cosmic Temple” series with three more exception slabs of creative disco fusion. First we head back tothe year Kosmische captain Manuel G blew minds with the psychedelic whirlwind Blackout.
A to Z Label: Side B’s first track is a classically Italo disco dancefloor gem – lots of synth action and a flappy percussion give this a hypnotic quality ready for some smoke drenched dancefloors. Cosmic Drag precedes the most intriguing of forthcoming releases; a baldelil album of original material from cosmic disco pioneer Daniele Baldelli for Japanese label Endless Flight.
Baldelli is of course no stranger to the album format, but recently he’s largely been seen colluding on LPs with his prolific compatriot Marco Dionigi.
Our full range of DJ equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Igniting as he means to go on, each cut shakes and struts with distinctive aspects of Daniele’s signature style: Coolly stepping out like a white-suited player on a Miami club strip, the high expectations set by any mention of Italian aide pioneer Daniele Baldelli are easily matched by the opener and title number.
Selvagem embraces the duo’s instinctive musical insanity while dragging “Funknoizer” further towards dub disco territory, before Pete Herbert and Dicky Trisco lay down a summery, dub-flecked Balearic disco interpretation.
KZA’s Let’s Get Lost label has established itself as a worthy outlet for diverse edited material from the hoi polloi of revered crate diggers, with previous releases coming from the likes of like JD Twitch, Jacques Renault and Eddie C.
Kachiri Remix EP 2 red vinyl 12″.
It’s quite a surprise that perennial Italian disco jammer DJ Rocca hasn’t linked up with Rothmans before, but on the label’s first release of he makes up for lost time with a grip of tracks positively dripping with full-fat synthy goodness. For a man whose legendary status has long been assured – he was, after all, the original cosmic disco DJ – it would be fair to say that Daniele Baldelli’s production record is patchy, at ky.
Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. The fabulous “Funkynoizer” is typical of Daniele Baldelli and DJ Bcak previous collaborative work, melding as it does spacey, cosmic electronics bsldelli alien noises with delay-laden guitar flourishes, funk-fuelled bass and dubbed-out horn lines.
– Daniele Baldelli – Back To My Funky Side – The Remix Vinyl EU 2×12″ – auction details
For all his skills as a DJ – and, let’s face it, he pretty much created the Afro-cosmic DJ style all on his own – Daniele Baldelli’s productions have not always hit the mark. And things really only get better from there. Bring on the next bqck.