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Hosse presents “Open Up” on Lowlita Records

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The third release from the label born in Ibiza includes two original tracks from Hosse and a remix by Anna Tur and Gonçalo.

Lowlita Records, the label created by Anna Tur, Gonçalo and Hosse, continues its particular journey based on a concept that perfectly fuses the groove of House and the forcefulness of Techno. On this occasion, their third release is called “Open Up” and is by one of the label’s owners, Hosse, an artist who has had music running through his veins since he was just a child. Deeply influenced by jazz, soul and funk, Hosse soon discovered his true love: electronic music.

The release starts with the track, “Open Up”, a creation that imprints a fast-paced rhythm from the very first second. The bass line pushes the track to the top, giving it an inexhaustible energy. The suggestive vocals and acid sounds round off a composition that the most demanding clubbers will love.

Anna Tur and Gonçalo’s remix of “Open Up” takes over. Their proposal is more forceful, basing its groove on more emphatic beats and less percussive movement. The vocal continues to be an essential element in this track, taking advantage of its suggestive tone and adding it to cyclical atmospheres that end up exploding in a drop that will take the dancefloor by storm.

The EP closes with “Ibiza’s Calling”, a track with a filter house sound characterised by its funk and luminosity, very true to its name. The track takes us back to the golden years of house music on the island, it sounds like open-air, summer and a good party.

The Sevillian artist Fossy Flyer has designed the artwork for this release. His work precisely combines vector art, illustration and calligraphy, creating powerful pieces of art. 

“Open Up” is available from January 14th on Bandcamp. It will be available on Beatport and Spotify on January 28th, you can grab it here.

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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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