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Novodisc and Flash 89 Join Forces for Sizzling EP ‘Recondite’ Via NONSTOP


Following his collab with Tim Baresko on Incorrect earlier this year. Novodisc continues the stellar collabs with fellow rising talent Flash 89 for sizzling smash ‘Recondite’ on Piero Pirupa’s NONSTOP.

Since breaking through on the scene with ‘Sometimes’ back in 2017, Novodisc has been firmly rising up the ranks with releases on Incorrect, Basement Leak, Formatik and Flashmob Records whilst earning support from heavyweights like Loco Dice, The Martinez Brothers, Jamie Jones, Steve Lawler, Mark Knight, Claptone and more.

Now teaming up with Aussie native Flash 89, the duo make for an unstoppable force. One of house music’s finest emerging producers, Flash 89 is making waves beyond home soil with dance floor ready releases on the likes of Solotoko, Lapsus, Safe, Abode, Be One, EtcEtc and Sweat It Out.

His energetic releases have even sealed the approval of dance music titans Solardo, Gorgon City, Danny Howard, Detlef, De La Swing, Dennis Ferrer, Eli Brown, Huxley, Mark Knight, Matt.Joe, Raffa FL, Richy Ahmed, Sonny Fodera and others. Now, both Flash 89 and Novodisc add Piero Pirupa to their list of supporters as he welcomes them to NONSTOP for fresh EP Recondite: “We’ve come together to deliver two bottom heavy club records, ready to drop when you want to roll deep into the underground’.

Featuring a multitude of majestic synth patterns and vocal distortions, ‘Recondite’ makes for an alluring tech house weapon. Meanwhile our premiere, b side ‘2ME’ delves into deeper club territories, boasting jacking drum lines, laser beams and acid synth pops demonstrating Novodisc and Flash 89’s versatile genre capabilities.

Check out ‘2ME’ here on Data Transmission today, and grab it here on 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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