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AM.I is back with ‘Unintentional Guard’


Belgian new talent AM.I aka Charissa Cools is back with a huge single release, named ‘Unintentional Guard‘. The new track is included on VVAA ‘Passengers Vol. 7’ set to be released this December 17th via Simina Grigoriu’s Kuukou Records.

The Passengers series is a subsection of Simina Grigoriu’s mighty Kuukou Records – the premise of which is to provide a platform for auspicious artists who have yet to transition toward the limelight but are destined to do so. So far it’s hosted a swathe of producers from across the globe including the likes of The Rocketman, Jägerhertz, Dalosy and Vamos Art.

Number 7 in the series comes clad with the same sturdy attitude as it’s predecessors as it brings together tracks from Greek artist George Adi, Belgian talent AM.I and Italian producers Clif Jack and Jacopo Susini.

George Adi kicks things off with a dense, overdriven kick with thunders under progressive, interweaving melodies that are punctuated by neat snare flicks and filter control. AM.I follows up with pellucid percussion and a swelling sense of tension. The track thins and thickens throughout as a bit crushed piano line and emotive tones ring out which perfectly encapsulate her unapologetic approach to floor focused dance music.

Clif Jack then follows up with ‘Go On Home’ – a deep and refreshingly simple track that demonstrates the potency of raw drums and clever sequencing. Jacopo Susini then brings things to a close with ‘Face To Face’ – a peak-time roller that sets twinkling tones and synth stabs over a dark, throbbing underbelly which rounds off another solid addition to the Passenger series.

We premiere AM.I’s ‘Unintentional Guard’ on our NUDE Techno channels, check it out here and grab it Beatport.

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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