Ether - Beghe video

Beghe is track 03 from the single "Prejanka" which is available on Lil Pitch.<br /> <a rel='nofollow' href="" title="DIRECT DOWNLOAD">[DIRECT DOWNLOAD]</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a rel='nofollow' href="" title="BUY NOW ON ITUNES">[ITUNES]</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a rel='nofollow' href="" title="MUZU Aritst Channel">[ARTIST CHANNEL]</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a rel='nofollow' href="" title="skip to the next track on this release">[NEXT TRACK &gt;&gt;]</a><br /> This is an official audio stream from <a rel='nofollow' href="" target="_blank" title="Label Website">Lil Pitch.</a> Distributed by <a rel='nofollow' href="" target="_blank" title="Kudos Distribution">Kudos</a>.<br /> <br /> <b>About This Release:</b><br /> Lil Pitch Records celebrates its first release with the spectacular collaboration between Ether and Pinch, Bristol's dubstep godfather, Tectonic Recordings founder and resident dj at London's Fabric.<br /> Andrea Bracali and Francesco Bigazzi confirm themselves to be among the diamond points of Italy's electronic music scene, developing in a totally original way (their way) already consolidated languages like the ones of idm, abstract hip-hop, downtempo and skwee.<br /> The use of samplers and analogue synthesizers is easily recognizable in the three unreleased tracks that compose side A: three tunes of a unique freshness that give Florence's duo the status of sacred cows for how much concerns silicium sounds forged inside Italy's borders.<br /> Side B is entirely occupied by the remix Pinch has worked on in an impeccable manner, giving the track those distinctive traces that allowed him to spread his music all around the world.<br /> So Beghe (Pinch rmx) turns out to be the ideal bridge between those relaxed/relaxing beats that are typical of Ether and those dark and introspective atmospheres of dubstep, the genre that more than any other has set fire to european clubs during the last decade.

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