If you’re on the prowl for new stimuli in bass culture, you won’t have any trouble running into RDMGRL. Riddim Guerrilla has taken to the stages of AltaVoz to introduce us to his groovy sound as well as the ambient and dubstep influences that have transfigured his path in electronic music.
His latest EP is “Vexed”, a return to the most functional four-on-the-floor rhythm, to 90s-style episodes, mesmerizing synths in a dry whirlwind that winks at the house music heard in the legendary Cocoricò private club, known to its fans as “Titilla”.
Exquisite the Maltempo remix that plays with a sensational snare, adding a very Euro-vintage touch.
Released last June on the excellent "Electronic Fog Records" is the EP "Spin Up" by Idga, an artist steeped in club culture but simultaneously heavily influenced by post-punk and the most experimental projects known to the UK. "To Be" is his personal answer to Shakespeare’s famous question, a metronomic beat supporting a somber synth full of dark corners; "The End Is New Beginning" continues his personal geometric vision of rhythm. There’s an informal order in the music of the Paduan producer/DJ, something that makes us move, more inside than outside, reminding us that the techno side of the matter has more to do with a vision of the world, a sensitive perception of the shapes that surround us, to get to the essence of the sound.Nando Dorelassi