We’ve got a short and appetizing post this week, all about Italians, their delicious food and welcoming vibes, though this week they take another direction mixed with dubstep. See how each song fits in this week and buon appetito.
Say ciao to TRYPLE and his “Italian dudes,” Nextars and Ablaze this week with their new song “Maronne.” With the fun tag #ITALIANSTEP, it lacks any influence from classic Italian music styles, but these guys have worked together to create a contradictory flow of inconsistency as each artist takes over and adds in more complicated and divergent synths that somehow loop back around for a complete design.
Nextars // Soundcloud
Now before we continue this week, I have to do a little throwback to another Italian themed song from Esseks & Space Jesus called “Mom’s Spaghetti.” Now reading that title I expected a ripoff of Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” with a mom’s spaghetti sample though maybe that trend and joke is finally at rest. Unlike those remixes, this song has the feel of that slow Italian kind of cliche background music to an old black and white movie with a robust and echoing male voice.
Off of a small record label, Synth City Records, Spag Heddy puts his twist on Maura Hope’s “Consider Me.” How can we talk about spaghetti without Spag Heddy? Well the answer is we can’t. So here’s the repasta… I mean the remix, in just in case you missed it. Transforming the sweet vocals from a melodic house love song into harsh, processed vocals that blend better with Spag Heddy’s sound design, he completely redefined how you can interpret the lyrics, giving the vocals a dejected and dismissive tone.
Let the beats take you to places beyond