This Week in Techno: Enrico Sangiuliano, Will Clarke & Joseph Capriati
Enrico Sangiuliano - Future Dust
Enrico Sangiuliano’s artistic vision continues to amaze. One of the hottest names in techno, the question has always been: what’s next? Sangiuliano’s next chapter includes launching a unique record label. Diverging from the standard artist-led imprint, NINETOZERO exists simply as a vehicle for him to release ten chapters (EPs and singles) over the next year. In addition, he has coupled the label with his new live concept, SOLO, in which he will play open to close at select venues around the world. “Future Dust” is one of the tracks off his first EP in the project titled ‘Silence EP.’
Nicole Moudaber - In The Mood Radio 376 - Will Clarke Takeover
An absolute icon in the world of techno, Nicole Moudaber has made a name for herself as a tastemaker and techno savant over the years. The techno community reveres her longstanding radio show, and her devotion to putting out weekly episodes is unmatched. In a recent episode, she hosted Gray Area favorite Will Clarke to orchestrate a takeover. Tune in for an hour of smart, well-mixed techno.
Joseph Capriati - Sidechains (2010)
Italian legend Joseph Capriati is always a pleasure to see live. He’s been tearing down stages for decades and is always a must-see. His 2010 EP put him on the map internationally, marking his first release with Drumcode and showcasing his production abilities. “Sidechains” carries a more minimal flavor but has massive impact.