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Joseph Capriati
With just a year under the bridge since his Drumcode debut Sidechains, Capriati has seen his already well-respected career develop further with his debut LP for Analytic Trail, Save My Soul, receiving plaudits from Liebing, Slam, Lekebusch, 2000AndOne and a myriad of media. This upward trajectory isnt entirely new though, with his material having graced the likes of CLR, CMYK and MB Elektronics since he began producing as a 15 year old back in 2005, so its fair to say that Capriati material is always worth your attention.The Gashouder EP is a heavy EP in both content and size, weighing in with seven cuts; each one essential Drumcode floor bothering material. Intense, cavernous and mechanical sounds dominate the whole EP and theres the designed-for-the-dancefloor feel that all Drumcode material displays so well but Capriati has imbibed some subtle melody across the cuts which gives them a nicely human touch.Whether its the counterpoint pad and stab combo in Menuda, the warm wash of synths in Gashouder or the seriously freaked out synth funk of Thinking about Mars the young Italian has managed to deftly augment austere grooves while retaining the raw power he creates so well.
Joseph Capriati
Gashouder (Original Mix)
Joseph Capriati
Menuda (Original Mix)
Joseph Capriati
Galaxy Express (Original Mix)
Joseph Capriati
Locomoted (Original Mix)
Joseph Capriati
Old River (Original Mix)
Joseph Capriati
Break The Line (Original Mix)
Joseph Capriati
Thinking About Mars (Original Mix)