Cellini - Giulia EP
Record Label: Cycle Four
Release Date: 18th December 2018
Cellini is a Belgian techno young gun who now serves up more of his genre blurring, immersive sounds on his own brand new label Cycle Four.
He is an artist who has risen above the crowd in quick time and has his own night at Belgian techno temple Fuse. He has played all over his home nation and also received the Red Bull Elektropedia Award for Most Promising Artist. These new tracks on the first release on his new label prove why.
Cellini takes you on a journey through the deepest parts of the techno spectrum and translates infinite depth into audible sounds right from the off here. Opener Giulia is an absorbing and enacting cut with chattery percussion and driving drums as well as spooky vocals and synths that make it all the more haunting. Duduk is cerebral and atmospheric and has warm solar pads drifting by as rolling drums keep you feet to the floor. It is immersive music that is stripped back but essential. Helena closes things out with more shadowy architecture, shuffling drums and yawning synths that speak of big open spaces which trap you right in the heart of them all.
This then is a spine tingling release filled with musical character and story telling emotions.