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#Platform returns to his own imprint with ‘Platform 28’

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#Platform (aka Valerio Vaudano) back on his own imprint with a fatty techno tune, titled ‘Platform 28’.

Obsessive groove with a touch of melody: that’s the best way to define Valerio Vaudano’s music. Dj since the early 2000s, he started very young to appreciate house music in its colours and numerous shapes, especially the underground side of it. Soon his experiences lead him to a much more electronic soul and his DJ sets become broad representations of deep rhythm, with sonorities that tend to touch both warm deep house vibes and cold experimental sonorities such as minimal and techno.

As a producer he has released tracks for great labels such as Lapsus Music (Supernova’s label), Say What? Recordings (Ramon Tapia’s label), Krakatoa and Capital Heaven. In 2016 he started his side project #Platform: less melodies, more beats! Focused on raw-techno, #Platform is an alias, a label and a music laboratory at the same time: a place where experimenting new ideas without any kind of stress.

“Platform 28″ [PLA034] is what we call a no frills track! Get ready for a solid jackin’ techno stomper with a filthy vocal and bouncy bells” says Valerio. We premiered it on NUDE, today.

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