Italian DJ and producer Enrico Sangiuliano has been slowly building a brand of mechanical and bass heavy techno sounds throughout the past few years. Now multiple EPs later, and a main artist on the Drumcode roster, Enrico drops his debut long player, Biomorph. The 10 track LP also arrives on Adam Beyer’s renowned imprint and brings a little something for all types of techno fans, from the chunky sound design on floor stompers like Symbiosis to the deep basslines and breakbeat
rhythms on Cosmic Ratio. Besides displaying the usual production style that Sangiuliano has become known for, Biomorph also does a good job of showing how eclectic and playful his style can be, if you listen to Arboreal for example you will hear modulated synth work and broken drum patterns or on A Further Existence the uplifting melody and wide arrangement combines techno with some elements of trance. All in it’s a solid debut album and one that will no doubt soundtrack many dancefloors through the coming summer.
Where to start:
‘Arboreal’ – Inspiring synth pads and broken drum beats
‘Symbiosis’ – A festival ready techno banger
‘New Dawn’ – Gentle melodies and gritty basslines aerate beautiful harmonies
Previous from Enrico Sangiuliano:
Enrico Sangiuliano – Astral Projection (2017, Drumcode)
Enrico Sangiuliano – Moon Rocks (2016, Drumcode)
If you like this then check out:
Julian Jeweil – Space (2017, Drumcode)
Pig&Dan – Modular Baptism Remixed, Pt. 2 (2018, Defensive Music)
Enrico Sangiuliano’s Biomorph is out now on Drumcode.