The Atlanta-based Mithra Records presents us today a part of their crew under a moniker you probably don’t know anything about. The well-known (or just known, at least) Tito Mazzetta is hiding behind the name Titino. What also makes the record interesting is, at least, the fact, that Paolo Mosca’s appearance is not the best track here (I’ll throw a little opinion, if you don’t mind). That’s all because of the A2, that we’re having today. Let’s go straight to it.
Moderately serious, moderately dreamy, dancefloor-orientated banger, called “Harmogeddon” easily falls on repeat, must say. The intro here is giving that seriousness and everything after the second minute could be considered the dreamy part. A little piece of breakbeat near the 4 minute… Let’s consider it a nice bonus. A perfect track to be played at some summer forest parties, to sum up.
Speaking about Paolo Mosca… His “Mental Mix” version of “Harmogeddon” is definitely not bad (forget about this word, talking about Paolo), but, maybe a little too dreamy. Still, a good take on the breakbeat part of this one. Again that summer forest vibe.
The opener of the record, called “Flushed Paradise” is much closer to Paolo’s version of “Harmogeddon”, but this one is made by Titino. A delicate afterparty tune. For the contrast we will finish the story of this record with a very energetic outro, called “Lazy Lover”. VERY energetic, still delicate.
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