Long time collaborators and Italian natives STOMP BOXX & Alex Lentini have been gradually developing their sound and building a reputable catalogue of music over the past couple of years.
The pair have now released their productions on genre leading techno labels such as Drumcode, Unrilis, and Hypnostate, and have shared line ups with the likes of Carl Cox, DJ Koze, and Stacey Pullen.
Joining us for this months edition of our Five Tracks series, the two Italians highlight some of their favourite tracks at the moment, including Enrico Sangiuliano’s Symbiosis, KUSP’s Folding, and more. Get the full list, including words from STOMP BOXX & Alex Lentini, below.
Enrico Sangiuliano – Symbiosis
This track is a perfect expression of both sides, dancefloor and conceptual. There’s no living being capable of resisting its sound. It’s one of those tracks that will remain in the history of electronic music, enriching the culture of many people. We think that the whole album is worth checking out.
Trentemøller – Moan (Trentemøller Dub Remix)
Label: Poker Flat Recordings
Even as the years go by and music is constantly being influenced by new sounds and ways of mixing, this track will always remain a masterpiece that you can place both at the beginning or end of a set. For us Trentemøller will always be one the most influential artist in our scene.
Balthazar & JackRock – Psychedelic
We truly love their personal style, which makes them unique. The track has a brutal impact on the dancefloor, in a positive way of course. Every time we have played it during our sets people get very hyped and as excited as us.
KUSP ft. Pablo:Rita – Folding (KUSP ‘After Dark’ Mix)
Great closing track! It’s the perfect combination of melodic and deep sounds, everything is well balanced and fun. The vocal brings you to another place. KUSP always amaze us with their tracks, especially with their raw sound, it puts you in a trance.
Ackermann ft. Raphael Dincsoy – Jack Dat
This is one of those tracks you can genuinely play on a loop, it has a catchy vocal and a groove that leaves you breathless. It gets a good response on the dancefloor, as it hypes people up and keeps them going all night long. We love the rough, old school sound that it has. It’s a track that should always be played during a set because it will always have a great impact on the dancefloor.