Review: Deborah De Luca is on an unstoppable trajectory, as her latest release shows. The title track is an epic affair that builds and builds against the backdrop of bleeding acid lines, razor sharp percussion and blustering melodies. The Sola Mente owner opts for a similar approach on "Dondake". Featuring warbling 303s and tougher drums, these elements form the basis for De Luca to drop a mysterious trance riff. On "No Name", she deploys this approach again, but on this occasion, the melodies are more dreamy and the use of a looped vocal sample lends the arrangement a more ethereal feel. Like the rest of this release, it'll still have the desired dance floor effect.
Review: Next up on the prolific Tronic is Deborah De Luca, the founder of Sola_mente Records. This debut on Tronic showcases her dance floor prowess, with three effective but funky dance floor tracks. "Ahno" starts the release with a breathy vocal sample looped around an evocative synth stab and a rolling groove, before De Luca heads down an acid-soaked route for "Writing This Song." While it is more full-on than "Ahno", the use of vocal samples and deeper kicks mean that it isn't a typical dance floor banger. Last but not least there's the title track, where de Luca drops a more full-on, 303-soaked work out.