Giuliano Lomonte‘s Point of View has been a label that’s constantly dodged being marked as simply a ‘minimal’ or ‘deep house’ label. There’s seemingly no ‘Point of View’ sound, just great music that Lomonte himself seems to love.
For the label’s eighth release, Lomonte has enlisted Italian remix extraordinaire Viceversa for an EP of his own. It’s an excellent release in its own right but with early support from the likes of Raresh, Priku and Arapu, Trommel is incredibly proud to premiere B side ‘sevenseventwo’.
This one is certainly not for the faint-hearted. The choppy pads set the tone for the track and inject plenty of groove, but the defining feature of the track is mind-infesting hardware groans that will leave you thinking ‘I have no idea what that sound was, but I want to hear it again and again’.
On the flip side is ‘sevensevenone’. A far more melodic sounding track that falls in line with what we’ve come to expect from Viceversa. The choppy drums and slicing snares are beautifully placed with a bassline that seems as though it could only be played on Crazy Beach.