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1. RSP 93.2 - MARCELO ROSSELOT - TRACKATACK- 12 VINYL SNIPPET

  • Published: 2017-01-18T09:05:12Z
  • By resopal
RSP 93.2 - MARCELO ROSSELOT - TRACKATACK- 12  VINYL SNIPPET

Marcelo Rosselot from Santiago de Chile is hosted by Resopal! The south-american lad is definitely the master of first-class minimal electronic sounds with a latin easy groove. For Resopal, he has made two-minimal-rocking tracks: 'Trackatack and After Hours'. It's charming, crispy, sexy and funky as hell. A sure shot on the dancefloor.

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2. RSP 93.2 - MARCELO ROSSELOT - TRACKATACK - 12" VINYL SNIPPETS - NEW

  • Published: 2017-01-18T09:05:15Z
  • By resopal
RSP 93.2 - MARCELO ROSSELOT - TRACKATACK - 12

Marcelo Rosselot from Santiago de Chile is hosted by Resopal! The south-american lad is definitely the master of first-class minimal electronic sounds with a latin easy groove. For Resopal, he has made two-minimal-rocking tracks: 'Trackatack and After Hours'. It's charming, crispy, sexy and funky as hell. A sure shot on the dancefloor.

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3. Alexi Delano & Marcelo Rosselot - It's On Me (Marc Houle Remix)

  • Published: 2016-12-27T14:40:20Z
  • By YAKAZI
Alexi Delano & Marcelo Rosselot  - It's On Me (Marc Houle Remix)

Barcelona based ​YAKAZI imprint proudly reaches its fifth installment in the form of a synergic collaborative release signed by chilean artists ​Alexi Delano and ​Marcelo Rosselot​, counting also with canadian Buchla wizard ​Marc Houle in the role of never-failing remixer. Presented as a two sided release, and splitted in two original tracks plus ​Marc Houle​’s remix, ​YAKAZI maintains its unwavering commitment to their core values, to move people through good music, prevailing fads and trends and strengthening the label’s very own sonic identity. On this occasion, ​Alexi Delano​, a close relative to the label that was also featured on label’s previous compilation, joins forceswithhisstudi​ofellow​MarceloRosselotbuildingup“​TakeMe/It’sOnme”,two finely-crafted excursions of heavy bass minimalism and dark vivacious techno based on subtle vocal samples, trippy synth-chords, and layered drum patterns constantly evolving throughout both progressions sounding uniformly fantastic, without falling into the obviousness of a long steady beat narrative and keeping in mind how to charm the dancefloor in style.

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4. Martin Eyerer & Marcelo Rosselot - The Catwalk Feat. Ange SNIPPET [Get Physical]

Martin Eyerer & Marcelo Rosselot  - The Catwalk Feat. Ange SNIPPET [Get Physical]

Martin Eyerer & Marcelo Rosselot - The Catwalk Feat. Ange out on >>Full Body Workout Vol. 14

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6. Francisco Allendes & Marcelo Rosselot - Peter Veneno (CAL013) [Teasers]

Francisco Allendes &  Marcelo Rosselot - Peter Veneno (CAL013) [Teasers]

Artist: Francisco Allendes & Marcelo Rosselot EP Title: Peter Veneno EP Cat#: CAL013 Tracklisting: 01 - Peter Veneno 02 - Neo Format: Digital only Release date: 23.07.2012 Chilean duo Francisco Allendes and Marcelo Rosselot were the first producers to release on Cadenza’s sister label, Cadenza Lab, following label boss Luciano’s initial offering. Their 2010 ‘Catrianca’ EP featured a couple of tropical tech house jams that hit the Ibiza dancefloors right in the gut – El Ladron De Mails in particular was a big track for the duo (even Gilles Peterson was a fan of it). Here on their new ‘Peter Veneno’ EP they refine that summer sound further still. ‘Peter Veneno’ features two unhurried and creative house jams that on the face of it, suggest the duo have a real confidence about the way their rhythms harness energy and inspire movement. The 11.39 lead track ‘Peter Veneno’ features a community-like approach to its arrangement. Imagine a circle of musicians, each one given the space to show off what they can add to a hypnotic tech house loop, like breakdancers at a B-boy meet. The vibe each sample, instrument or vocal adds to the mix is similarly tribal like, and the feeling they create together is akin to a live jam session that sucks you in. The roots and influences of ‘Peter Veneno’ stretch far and wide, which will no doubt delight Ibiza regulars. There are sleazy jazz trumpet/saxophone moments, big drum sections, funky guitar solos, classical piano breakdowns, and chants from the wings, all powered by electronic loops and bleeps. You could say the track is a modern version of world music, an electronic ode to the joys of jamming, or simply, culturally confused. The EP’s second track ‘Neo’ is more direct, and works its magic through a series of warped house loops, twisted indecipherable vocals and funky drums that combine to form a new kind of filtered disco. The loops are short and sweet, which keeps the energy high. And the filters are deliberately rough and edgy – like how an overexcited DJ might work some new filters for the first time. Groovy! As the tension builds through a repetitive vocal loop, ‘Neo’ digs its nails in and becomes undeniably exciting. Moodymann fans will surely dig it. Francisco Allendes & Marcelo Rosselot on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/djfranciscoallendes http://www.facebook.com/rosselotmarcelo

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8. Alexi Delano & Marcelo Rosselot - It's On Me (Original mix)

  • Published: 2016-12-27T14:40:24Z
  • By YAKAZI
Alexi Delano & Marcelo Rosselot  - It's On Me (Original mix)

Barcelona based ​YAKAZI imprint proudly reaches its fifth installment in the form of a synergic collaborative release signed by chilean artists ​Alexi Delano and ​Marcelo Rosselot​, counting also with canadian Buchla wizard ​Marc Houle in the role of never-failing remixer. Presented as a two sided release, and splitted in two original tracks plus ​Marc Houle​’s remix, ​YAKAZI maintains its unwavering commitment to their core values, to move people through good music, prevailing fads and trends and strengthening the label’s very own sonic identity. On this occasion, ​Alexi Delano​, a close relative to the label that was also featured on label’s previous compilation, joins forceswithhisstudi​ofellow​MarceloRosselotbuildingup“​TakeMe/It’sOnme”,two finely-crafted excursions of heavy bass minimalism and dark vivacious techno based on subtle vocal samples, trippy synth-chords, and layered drum patterns constantly evolving throughout both progressions sounding uniformly fantastic, without falling into the obviousness of a long steady beat narrative and keeping in mind how to charm the dancefloor in style.

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11. Francisco Allendes & Marcelo Rosselot - Peter Veneno EP - CAL013 [Teasers]

Francisco Allendes & Marcelo Rosselot - Peter Veneno EP - CAL013 [Teasers]

Artist: Francisco Allendes & Marcelo Rosselot EP Title: Peter Veneno EP Cat#: CAL013 Tracklisting: 01 - Peter Veneno 02 - Neo Format: Digital only Release date: 23.07.2012 Chilean duo Francisco Allendes and Marcelo Rosselot were the first producers to release on Cadenza’s sister label, Cadenza Lab, following label boss Luciano’s initial offering. Their 2010 ‘Catrianca’ EP featured a couple of tropical tech house jams that hit the Ibiza dancefloors right in the gut – El Ladron De Mails in particular was a big track for the duo (even Gilles Peterson was a fan of it). Here on their new ‘Peter Veneno’ EP they refine that summer sound further still. ‘Peter Veneno’ features two unhurried and creative house jams that on the face of it, suggest the duo have a real confidence about the way their rhythms harness energy and inspire movement. The 11.39 lead track ‘Peter Veneno’ features a community-like approach to its arrangement. Imagine a circle of musicians, each one given the space to show off what they can add to a hypnotic tech house loop, like breakdancers at a B-boy meet. The vibe each sample, instrument or vocal adds to the mix is similarly tribal like, and the feeling they create together is akin to a live jam session that sucks you in. The roots and influences of ‘Peter Veneno’ stretch far and wide, which will no doubt delight Ibiza regulars. There are sleazy jazz trumpet/saxophone moments, big drum sections, funky guitar solos, classical piano breakdowns, and chants from the wings, all powered by electronic loops and bleeps. You could say the track is a modern version of world music, an electronic ode to the joys of jamming, or simply, culturally confused. The EP’s second track ‘Neo’ is more direct, and works its magic through a series of warped house loops, twisted indecipherable vocals and funky drums that combine to form a new kind of filtered disco. The loops are short and sweet, which keeps the energy high. And the filters are deliberately rough and edgy – like how an overexcited DJ might work some new filters for the first time. Groovy! As the tension builds through a repetitive vocal loop, ‘Neo’ digs its nails in and becomes undeniably exciting. Moodymann fans will surely dig it. Francisco Allendes & Marcelo Rosselot on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/djfranciscoallendes http://www.facebook.com/rosselotmarcelo

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12. Francisco Allendes & Marcelo Rosselot - Neo (CAL013) [Teasers]

Francisco Allendes &  Marcelo Rosselot - Neo (CAL013) [Teasers]

Artist: Francisco Allendes & Marcelo Rosselot EP Title: Peter Veneno EP Cat#: CAL013 Tracklisting: 01 - Peter Veneno 02 - Neo Format: Digital only Release date: 23.07.2012 Chilean duo Francisco Allendes and Marcelo Rosselot were the first producers to release on Cadenza’s sister label, Cadenza Lab, following label boss Luciano’s initial offering. Their 2010 ‘Catrianca’ EP featured a couple of tropical tech house jams that hit the Ibiza dancefloors right in the gut – El Ladron De Mails in particular was a big track for the duo (even Gilles Peterson was a fan of it). Here on their new ‘Peter Veneno’ EP they refine that summer sound further still. ‘Peter Veneno’ features two unhurried and creative house jams that on the face of it, suggest the duo have a real confidence about the way their rhythms harness energy and inspire movement. The 11.39 lead track ‘Peter Veneno’ features a community-like approach to its arrangement. Imagine a circle of musicians, each one given the space to show off what they can add to a hypnotic tech house loop, like breakdancers at a B-boy meet. The vibe each sample, instrument or vocal adds to the mix is similarly tribal like, and the feeling they create together is akin to a live jam session that sucks you in. The roots and influences of ‘Peter Veneno’ stretch far and wide, which will no doubt delight Ibiza regulars. There are sleazy jazz trumpet/saxophone moments, big drum sections, funky guitar solos, classical piano breakdowns, and chants from the wings, all powered by electronic loops and bleeps. You could say the track is a modern version of world music, an electronic ode to the joys of jamming, or simply, culturally confused. The EP’s second track ‘Neo’ is more direct, and works its magic through a series of warped house loops, twisted indecipherable vocals and funky drums that combine to form a new kind of filtered disco. The loops are short and sweet, which keeps the energy high. And the filters are deliberately rough and edgy – like how an overexcited DJ might work some new filters for the first time. Groovy! As the tension builds through a repetitive vocal loop, ‘Neo’ digs its nails in and becomes undeniably exciting. Moodymann fans will surely dig it. Francisco Allendes & Marcelo Rosselot on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/djfranciscoallendes http://www.facebook.com/rosselotmarcelo

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16. Marcelo Rosselot + Francisco Allendes - Little Helper 189-1 [littlehelpers189]

Marcelo Rosselot + Francisco Allendes - Little Helper 189-1 [littlehelpers189]

buy it here: http://classic.beatport.com/release/little-helpers-189/1574462

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17. Marcelo Rosselot + Francisco Allendes - Little Helper 189-6 [littlehelpers189]

Marcelo Rosselot + Francisco Allendes - Little Helper 189-6 [littlehelpers189]

buy it here: http://classic.beatport.com/release/little-helpers-189/1574462

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18. Alexi Delano & Marcelo Rosselot - Take Me (Original Mix)

  • Published: 2016-12-27T14:40:28Z
  • By YAKAZI
Alexi Delano & Marcelo Rosselot  - Take Me (Original Mix)

Barcelona based ​YAKAZI imprint proudly reaches its fifth installment in the form of a synergic collaborative release signed by chilean artists ​Alexi Delano and ​Marcelo Rosselot​, counting also with canadian Buchla wizard ​Marc Houle in the role of never-failing remixer. Presented as a two sided release, and splitted in two original tracks plus ​Marc Houle​’s remix, ​YAKAZI maintains its unwavering commitment to their core values, to move people through good music, prevailing fads and trends and strengthening the label’s very own sonic identity. On this occasion, ​Alexi Delano​, a close relative to the label that was also featured on label’s previous compilation, joins forceswithhisstudi​ofellow​MarceloRosselotbuildingup“​TakeMe/It’sOnme”,two finely-crafted excursions of heavy bass minimalism and dark vivacious techno based on subtle vocal samples, trippy synth-chords, and layered drum patterns constantly evolving throughout both progressions sounding uniformly fantastic, without falling into the obviousness of a long steady beat narrative and keeping in mind how to charm the dancefloor in style.

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