DINAMO AZARI

ESTRANGED

The Vinyl Factory

VF181

DINAMO AZARI

ESTRANGED

The Vinyl Factory

VF181

VF181
ARTIST
DINAMO AZARI
TITLE
ESTRANGED
LABEL
The Vinyl Factory
CAT NO.
VF181
FORMAT
2 x LP
RELEASE DATE
    15/04/2016
TERRITORY
WORLDWIDE
GENRE
Deep House Techno
FEATURING
Dinamo Azari
ASSETS
MISC.
180 GRAM WHITE VINYL. GOLD FOILED THICK MATTE CARD SLEEVE.

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A1. Witchwood feat. Ahmad Larnes
  2. A2. Victim feat. Fritz Helder & S.Y.F
  3. A3. Break Me feat. James Ken Bailey
  4. B1. Hacienda (Dinamo Azari & Nick Fiorucci)
  5. B2. Edge Of Control feat. Ahmad Larnes
  6. B3. NTR
  7. C1. Drexl feat. Fritz Helder
  8. C2. Psychosis
  9. C3. Santo (Fear & Desire) feat. James Ken Bailey
  10. D1. Cyan feat. S.Y.F & Fritz Helder
  11. D2. Estranged feat. James Ken Bailey

SALES NOTES

The crossover success of Dinamo Azari's previous band’s raucous, hedonistic, revitalization of classic house - with hits such as ‘Reckless (With Your Love)’ and ‘Hungry For The Power’ - brought game-changing concerts all over the world. After such extensive touring the solo Azari returns to Toronto for rejuvenation and inspiration on his solo debut.

“Toronto has a thriving, young scene and it was imperative I stay close to it,” Dinamo enthuses. “The feeling is underground, rebellious, late night warehouse and loft events. I’m staying close to my roots and the results are on the record.”

Speaking to all cultures through tones and vocal harmonies, the music throughout ‘Estranged’ maintains the retro-tinted bubbliness of Azari’s past but also heads somewhere grittier, tougher and much further into the nightworld - from analog machine-based 4/4 to the raw, minimal, darker sides of disco and house.

New voices include James Ken Bailey, who appears on the title track 'Estranged', ‘Santo (Fear & Desire)’ and ‘Break Me’. His soulful, emotive vocals match the lush, minimal production of the album’s title track and create a sweet contrast to the stark, jackin’ house of ‘Break Me’. Another discovery is Ahmad Larnes, from Queens, New York via Berlin, appearing on the Balearic houser ‘Edge of Control’ and album opener ‘Witchwood’.

Fritz Helder, is one of Dinamo’s oldest friends, and crops up solo on the pared back and funky ‘Drexl’, replete with its “Black don’t crack” refrain and provocative lyrics. Other guests include Nick Fiorucci who collaborates on ‘Haçienda’, a reinterpretation of his own 1989 rave classic, the piano line of which was the basis for so many early ‘90s hardcore classics (Slipmatt & Lime, Altern-8, Carl Cox, etc).

Published: 17th March 2016

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