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Brioski - Radio Anatomy
12" Vinyl
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Radio Anatomy


Released: 24th October 2011 | 2 track nu-disco single
Brioski's love of music began at a young age, listening to the Italo disco compilation series Mixage found in his home. After some years he had the satisfaction of playing those very records with his technics 1200 and began his personal journey into synth-music through analogue machines and sequencers.

As a DJ and producer, Brioski's inspiration spans hip hop, funk, soul, disco, Chicago house & techno, edging towards Balearic / psychedelic atmospheres with deep percussive roots and old school reminiscences. Combine this with some Italian originality and a love for vintage gear and you're somewhere near Brioski's debut 12 for Nang.

The title track 'Radioactivity' is a synth-laden Italo monster, serious dance-floor material. Detuned pads fizz under an arp and walking bass, caving in to a tear-away synth lead that pumps the tune into overdrive. The groove has a pace to it and sits on top of the beat and all surrounding articulation and effects keep things interesting.

On the flip we've got a serious remix from none other than Emperor Machine. This guy has been unstoppable in the remix department for some time, and it doesn't look like he'll be faltering anytime soon! We're initiated with Brioski's fantastic original bass and pad sequence, but in typical E.M. fashion the build up is sustained and full of suspense. Haunting vocal chants ensue before the bass drops and the funk kicks in. What a drop! The switches are clever, the instrumentation is solid and the vibe is out of this world.

Brioski - 'Radioactivity' is an unforgiving Italo dance-floor release, with help from one of Nang's finer contributors.

"Really like the original but you really can't go wrong with EM. They rule."
Bill Brewster -DJ History
"Both are fun and strangely funky, in a car-chase-scene sort of way. Brilliant"
Timeout NYC
"Fave Emperor Machine mix in a while. He manages to give a deeper Chicago style grove to the Italo original that's right up my strasse."
Leftside Wobble
"The original scared the shit out of me... Very cool build up and then the main theme. Both versions are very great!"
Sare Havlicek