|1.||"Me & You & Her" (6:36)|
|2.||"Move It, Move It" (5:04)|
|1.||"Move It, Move It" (Jamie 3:26 remix) (6:01)|
|2.||"Fashion Country Girl" (6:01)|
Thanks to well-regarded releases on Shall Not Fade and CESTRAW, amongst others, 2017 was a very successful year for bearded beat-maker Adriyano. Here the high-flying producer returns to action for a first outing on Detroit Swindle's Heist Recordings. He hits his stride straight away with "Me & You & Her", a dancefloor menage-a-trois rich in jangly gospel pianos, bustling peak-time house beats, swirly filter tricks and life-affirming vocal samples. He opts for a far rougher vibe on "Move It, Move It", a Dance Mania style ghetto-house smasher smothered in intense TB-303 acid lines. Over on side B, Chicagoan Jamie 3:26 re-casts that track as sweaty, early Trax or DJ International style jack-track, before Adriyano rounds things off with the deliciously dirty, bombastic disco-house thump of "Fashion Country Girl".
Ben Sims, Patrick Luca (Saft | Pulp | Born), Fabietto Delgado (Melgado), Jacques Renault, Rouchos (Andreas Marouchos), Detroit Swindle, Kresy (Discomaths), Alma Negra, Nachtbraker, Marcin Krupa, Heist Recordings
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