AUSTIN ATO

ELLA / PUTTING IT IN MY WAY EP

Delusions Of Grandeur

DOG68

AUSTIN ATO

ELLA / PUTTING IT IN MY WAY EP

Delusions Of Grandeur

DOG68

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ARTIST
AUSTIN ATO
TITLE
ELLA / PUTTING IT IN MY WAY EP
LABEL
Delusions Of Grandeur
CAT NO.
DOG68
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
    28/09/2018
TERRITORY
WORLDWIDE
GENRE
Deep House
FEATURING
Austin Ato
ASSETS

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A Ella
  2. AA1 Putting It In My Way - Vocal
  3. AA2 Putting It In My Way - Instrumental

SALES NOTES

Scottish producer Austin Ato has been making waves the last couple of years having had well received releases on Futureboogie and Phonica White and this year looks to be his best yet! Remixes for Folamour on Classic, Balako on Greco Roman and an EP for Man Power's label Me Me Me will be dropping in the coming weeks, paving the way for his Delusions Of Grandeur debut double A side; Ella / Putting It In My Way.

On Ella we see Austin deliver some pure, unadulterated, house pleasure over eight minutes (although for us it feels like it could go on for days!). A filtering disco loop, synth melody, string stabs, all reinforced by punchy drums and that all important vocal chop. A simple recipe for a track when cooked up in the right way with love, passion and experience.

Flipping over to the AA, Putting It In My Way drops in somewhat bipolar fashion, a barrage of percussive beats and rolling snares building to a drop where Austin Ato skilfully switches the vibe completely, bringing in deep pads, rolling bassline and his own inimitable vocals. A totally unique track which harks back to the good old days when house music had a soulful and musical touch which connected instantly with the dance floor. This feels to us like a producer marking his arrival as an artist to watch closely for, and whose talent extends way beyond the confines of your standard four on the floor fodder.
Closing the release we have an Instrumental Version of Putting It In My Way which may well be your choice for the deeper moments, letting the groove push to the fore and the lush chords shine through the haze of dubby stabs and twisting synth line.

Published: 16th August 2018

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