Piston Recordings presents Ghettoblasters 2 which features 15 top notch cuts covering several genres that will get the party juices flowing and fill the floors. We’ve selected only the finest in house, tech house and deep house for your listening pleasure. Tracks and remixes from the likes of V.I.O Pablo Cornejo, Nereo, Delphie, Ilario Laggetta, The Slum Vagabonds, Michael Brandi, Le Mills, Mike Denitz, Mirco Gorelli and Pierpaolo Pierotti, Eat Dust, Stranger Boys and more are all on hand to provide the floor fodder. An absolute must for the serious jocks looking to up their game.
Joyfull Family is made up of 3 like-minded Italian DJ’s and producers, Cristian Carpentieri, Guido Nemola and Chico Perulli and they return to Piston with the superb Mediterraneo. Ten years ago these guys got together to create underground tracks and house remixes. Their 2005 hit – Da Breaker got plenty of airtime, notably through gaining top spot on various European charts including Pete Tong’s Essential Selection. They went on to remix for international stars like Corrina Joseph and Shawn Christopher as well as a remix for Cajmere and Dajae’s Brighter Days. Their last outing – Keep On Dubbin’ EP – from Summer 2017 gained great support and we’ve no doubt this one will follow suit.
Mediterraneo intros with a firm, thumping kick drum and slicing hi hat combi before a super deep walking bassline comes through to get the booty shaking. The bassline is king here as it dominates with its mood altering note changes. Accompanying the bass we find a rising pad full of rich textures and a melancholic vibe which makes for a sublime and contrasting piece of music. A seriously mesmerizing cut that will not disappoint.
Pamphlet delivers a cool drum filled sequence on the intro which is soon joined by a punchy kick drum that gets the rhythmic juices flowing nicely. An eerie, deep analogue style bass breaks through while warming chords come in to provide a comforting groove. Cool vocals deliver an interesting narrative as the deep, sultry groove intensifies. One for the late night party crew, a definite must have.
Mario Silva aka Eat Dust is back at the helm on Piston Recordings with another stomping tech house joint entitled Lonely Spaceship EP. We just can’t get enough of this guy, this one marks his 9th outing for us and he just keeps getting better and better. With regular high chartings on several portals and playlists, Mario certainly brings his best to the table every time. So much more still to come from this guy so stay tuned.
Lonely Spaceship intros with cool display of metallic percussions alongside a deeper drum sound offering a nice contrast in the sound. Bright crispy hi hats are joined by sharp claps and a pounding kick drum that really gets the blood flowing into the track. Space age FX litter the sound as a deep rumbling bassline dominates the low end. The big hitter here though is the expertly crafted drum patterns that keep the rhythm moving nicely. Top notch stuff as always from this guy, not to be missed.
Some Kind Of Deep sets off with a solid pumping kick drum with bright hi hats and snappy claps joining in to generate a smooth rhythmic vibe. A deep subby bassline warms things up as even warmer chords come though. In the background you’ll find all kinds of wonderfully strange FX that add cool textures to the groove. A real nice and smooth slice of deep tech house that will definitely get the floors moving.