Damon Zucconi – Untitled Substance

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Killer, deconstructed dance music from the late ’00s, dug out by Elon Katz (Streetwalker/White Car) for his Zero Grow boutique

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Killer, deconstructed dance music from the late ’00s, dug out by Elon Katz (Streetwalker/White Car) for his Zero Grow boutique

Written in 2007 and released on his website in the same year, the 10 tracks that have become ZG004 were arguably ahead of their time, effectively doing to B-More what Lorenzo Senni has done with Hard Trance, and likewise Mark Fell with deep house and garage, or The Automatics Group with trance pop and electro-house anthems: extracting their essence and homing in on the styles’ structural tics and aesthetics.

However, perhaps a more acute comparison would be Co La, who has also also taken B-more as bedrock for some of his strongest, decimated workouts, but they differ in terms of sound design, as Zucconi’s work takes the rough along with the smooth, resulting in dead canny dance tracks on the likes of his jagged ‘Glasshouse’, the crumpled buck and strolling chords of ‘A.P.I.’, and the warped rave intensity of ‘In My Arms’

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Weight 180 g