The latest release to come from UK house label FUSE arrives in the form of Paolo Rocco’s debut artist album, Life In Pieces. The RAWMoments boss has previously put his stamp on labels like Hot Creations, Rutilance Recordings, and Defected, and his inaugural outing with the FUSE team couldn’t be more impressive. Coming with 10-tracks in total, the record has an impressive run time of over 65 minutes, and with the shortest inclusion coming in a little beyond the 5 minute mark, it’s no doubt
an album made for the dancefloor. In terms of features, it’s a heavily packed list of names, as Kiki & Mavi, Robert Owens, Maryam Halloumi, T.O.S and Tiffany Pontes all contribute to the projects completion. Whether you’re looking for progressively-tinged deep house for your headphones, robust tech rhythms for your upcoming DJ set, or just love all things house music, this one will have something you’ll be able to enjoy over and over again. Below you can find some of our recommended starting points for Life In Pieces, previous releases from Paolo Rocco, and a few similar albums that’s worth your time if you’re feeling this one.
Where to start:
Come To Me: Deep & chunky basslines bring the goods on this one
Waddabout Chu: Well produced, modern take on a classic house sound
I’ve Been Here All Along: An emotive blend of airy synths & rhythmic basslines
Previous from Paolo Rocco:
Moment Of Serenity EP (2019, Berg Audio)
Cutz From The Vault EP (2019, Rutilance Recordings)
If you like this then check out:
Rich NxT – Know The Score LP (2020, FUSE)
Guti – The Year Of The Conga (2019, Cuttin Headz)
Paolo Rocco’s Life In Pieces LP is out now on FUSE.