Huesca's Andres Campo has appeared on a who's who of labels in recent times, such as homeboys Florida Music, Suara, Toolroom, Glasgow Underground and Elrow Music. He can now add Eats Everythings Edible to the list: they present his new hit prediction "Nochord" which is a sleek and rolling tech-house cut that's a full of attitude and builds in suspense. Plus, those looped diva vocals atop are an impressive touch. If that was not enough, we are then treated to an explosive remix by the always on point Alan Fitzpatrick: who gives the track a slamming peak time rendition that's a perfect soundtrack for darkly clandestine warehouse raves (as much as it is for weekend mischief on The White Isle!). Campo was nominated for Best Techno Artist and Favourite Artist of the Public at the Vicious Music Awards in 2015 and is resident at the famed Florida 135 club.
There's a dramatic feel to the latest release on Coyu's label. It starts with the rolling snares and over the top chord builds of Julian Jeweil's "Forum", followed closely by Andres Campo's "Classified". Instead of melodies, the same sensibility is created through the use of rolling snares, hoover riffs and wild filters. Meanwhile, Cristiano Balducci partners with Hard Ton for "Still on Acid". Featuring a breathy narrative woven together with mysterious wailing, the interplay is supported by niggling 303s. Last but not least, Mark Reeve's "Do It" reverts to the same territory as Jeweil's contribution, only this time the surging chords are fused with old school break beats to create the requisite euphoric effect.