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Trrmà’s ‘Manaslu’ is Remixed by Enea Pascal

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Afrobeat experimentalism producers Trrmà have received a dynamic remix of their track, ‘Manaslu’ by Enea Pascal. The original track is lifted from their upcoming album. ‘The Earth’s Relief’ via 577 Records, which will be released on 1st of May.

Enea Pascal is a founder, member and DJ for Ivreatronic, a collaborative music project based in Italy. As a result, the producer has been featured in the Italian editions of Rolling Stone and Billboard, as well as a premiere with Deep House Amsterdam. Enea Pascal has performed as the opening act for “Cosmotronic Tour” of the artist Cosmo. In total, the musician has received just under 250 000 plays across streaming platforms with Spotify dominating most of the play count.

Based in the South of Italy, specifically, the town of Bari (Puglia) and Messina, Sicily. Trrmà is comprised of Giovanni Todisco on drums and percussion and Giuseppe Candiano on modular synthesizers. Giovanni Todisco, a teacher of drums and percussion in several music schools, received his own formal training when he graduated from Monopoli Conservatory in “Classical Percussions”. Giuseppe Candiano studied jazz guitar and trumpet before he went on to teach himself the synthesizer with a focus on electronic music.

Speaking of the remix, Trrmà tells us, “Enea Pascal remix gives us a fresh version of Trrmà “Manaslu”. He reinterprets the tropical flavour of the original song and projects it into a new “clubhouse and techno“ dimension.

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