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Premiere: A1 – PATAGONIA (Noha & Alex Tea) – Chi Ci Pensa [PP04]
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Premiere: A1 – PATAGONIA (Noha & Alex Tea) – Chi Ci Pensa [PP04]

The track we are premiering today can be easily considered as THE track from [a:rpia:r] set at Sunwaves, as early morning of Saturday Tent Three literally exploded when Pedro dropped it.
With early support from Pedro, Ricardo Villalobos, FUSE boys and more, the record is on pre-sale now and should land the shelves of the best record shops very very soon.

Noha & Alex Tea’s musical relationship is one that’s yielded great results to date, chiefly as result of their work together on the Panick EP, the inaugural release on their increasingly essential Panick Panick! label. Here, they team up with distinction once more for the label’s fourth release, the only difference being that this time they do so under their Patagonia moniker. If this one is a sign of things to come, it’s an alias that looks set to bare serious fruit over the next while.

A two tracker full of heady, intoxicating vibes, we get underway courtesy of the rushed, dubs flavours of ‘Rimane Senza’. A multilayered cut that boasts a relentless edge, it stops only for breath when its sporadic vocal flourish enters the equation. Dark and banging but with featuring just enough light at the end of the tunnel, it’s an all-round engrossing cut with a stuffy demeanour that’s hard not to appreciate.

The A side sees the duo revert to more percussion-led planes, courtesy of ‘Chi Ci Pensa’. The sort of weapon that’s sure to go down a treat with latin-inclined DJs such as Ricardo Villalobos and Luciano, this one’s already got an airing at Sunwaves courtesy of [a:rpia:r], who unleashed it to great acclaim at the renowned Romanian festival. Full of swing and smile-induced vibes, this one may well prove to be one of the biggest tracks of the summer. Expect this one to play out across European dancefloor’s over the coming months.
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Written by Trommel in June 22, 2018