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FRIDAY PARTY

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LAST FRIDAY OF APRIL …

FRIDAY FRIENDS PARTY @ PLAZ.

ANDREA RUCCI  WILL MAKE A GREAT SOUP WITH DISCO-REWORKED AND SOUNDS BASED AND COSMIC GROOVE

 


THE TREE MAG

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the tree mag

 

The tree has as subject an architectural and contemporary design and through Trees and Fruits it wants to create some subjective reading channels of the present.

 


GIVDA – SPCSR 008

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Available on juno download (click on the picture)

GIVDA – COSMIC CIRCLE

SPCSR 008 – Cosmic Sumo Recording

We don’t know much about the identity of G I V D A, but the smart money is on it being a side project of Cosmic Sumo boss Andrea Rucci. Certainly, fans of the Italian producer’s curious analogue mix of psychedelic synths and sparse electronic rhythms will enjoy “Cosmic Circle”. From the audible hiss and vintage drum machine beats, to the proto-acid electronics and fuzzy, alien chords, it’s every bit an old fashioned cosmic disco weird-out. Rucci’s own edit turns it into an intergalactic, robo-disco stomper, while Loudtone channels the spirit of Codek on his wide-eyed rework.


NEW RELEASE EXCLUSIVE ON JUNO

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An Easter announce for the new release of Cosmic Sumo Recordings. A release based on nu’ & cosmic disco and will move you in to the world of  GIVDA with the sound of Umberto Saba and Andrea Rucci. ATTENTION !!! The new release G I V D A , with the fantastic edit of Loudtone and Andrea Rucci will be available for the first 15 days only on juno shops. Then in all other shops.

Juno said:

We don’t know much about the identity of G I V D A, but the smart money is on it being a side project of Cosmic Sumo boss Andrea Rucci. Certainly, fans of the Italian producer’s curious analogue mix of psychedelic synths and sparse electronic rhythms will enjoy “Cosmic Circle”. From the audible hiss and vintage drum machine beats, to the proto-acid electronics and fuzzy, alien chords, it’s every bit an old fashioned cosmic disco weird-out. Rucci’s own edit turns it into an intergalactic, robo-disco stomper, while Loudtone channels the spirit of Codek on his wide-eyed rework.