When operating out of his own Quantistic Division label, Marco Dionigi's releases offer excellent value for money. His latest self-released salvo contains no less than ten tracks, all of which are aimed squarely at the dancefloor. As the title suggests, Electro Pearls contains a swathe of heavy, throbbing cosmic disco outings built around thrusting arpeggio style basslines, bubbly synthesizer melodies and the producer's usual rolling drum machine beats. Naturally, you'll also find nods to the hazy rock influences found in Italian "Afro-cosmic" music (see the heavy dub disco bass of "No Sun (Nebula Mix)" and delay-laden guitar riffs of "Silent Moment"), as well as more wholehearted tributes to early '80s Italo-disco and the mentalist TB-303 assault that is "Acid Wave".
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