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DT678 – Supernova


Supernova are Emiliano Nencioni and Giacomo Godi; an Italian DJ and production duo that have over the last decade made the transition from rising stars to established international talent, perhaps best known for their acclaimed and much-discussed collaboration with Kevin Saunderson on 2010’s ‘Beat Me Back’. They achieved their first notable success in 2007 when Sony BMG released their debut album ‘Downtown Underground, which included collaborations from the likes of GrandMaster and Melle Mel). Known for their distinctive DJ style their current set-up comprises live instruments, decks and Ableton to create an ever-evolving musical experience.

House giant Defected Records has released a number of the duo’s productions including remixes of seminal records ‘Can You Feel It’ and ‘Strings of Life’ as well as the more recent Cassandra and The Light Goes On EPs. Other notable releases outside of the Defected stable include acclaimed remixes for Kerri Chandler on Bar A Thym and Hallelujah for King Street Sounds as well as their top-charted remix on Jakatta’s American Dream and highly respected Electronic Love EP on their own Lapsus Music.

They return to Defected Records with ‘Can’t Stand It’ featuring Marley Monroe, which is out now and you can listen on Spotify, above.

“Italian DJ and production duo Supernova sustain their position as house authorities with their latest release, ‘Can’t Stand It’ featuring Los Angeles vocalist Marley Monroe. The pair, who together founded Lapsus Music, have demonstrated a breadth of influences across their impressive catalogue, ranging from Chicago house and acid right through to hip-hop, funk and jazz. This hotly anticipated return to Defected after a five-year hiatus does not disappoint, as the duo combine Munroe’s soulful vocal stabs with tight drums and a rolling bassline to produce a record you can’t help but groove to.” – Defected

Today, they land on our Podcast. Listen to it below, on Spotify or iTunes here and download it here.

Sum up this podcast in 10 words…
‘The House of Super’ – our musical world and our labels!

What’s your personal favourite track on it?
It’s hard to choose just one track. They all come from our House, and it has also been hard to select between so much good music we’ve had on our labels.

What’s the special ingredient in this mix?
The House of Super

What’s the best gig you’ve played recently?
elrow in Barcelona over Christmas was great for sure, but we’ve also loved playing at Amazon Club in Chapeco (Brazil) as well as our new night in Florence called ‘Visionair’.

What have you got coming up?
We‘ve just released a new single on Defected Records while writing this interview, and our last one ‘It’s Time’ ft. Mr V. on Downtown Underground is into Beatport’s House Top 10. We also have a remix coming out in February on Downtown Underground, plus releases on Lapsus Music and Blackboard.

And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?
Thanks for taking time to listen and support our music. This is The House of Super.

Alexander Koning feat. Vicky – Piano Sucker – Downtown Underground
Supernova – Can’t Stand It feat. Marley Munroe – Defected 
Ernest & Frank – Icon (Argy Remix) – Downtown Underground
Charles Pierre – Real House – Downtown Underground
Supernova – It’s Time feat. Mr V. – Downtown Underground
Brokenears – The Whistle – Downtown Underground
2 Sides Of Soul – Hot For Your Love – Downtown Underground
The Downtown Brothers – My Back Door (Supernova Remix) – Downtown Underground
Jake-Tech & Paul HG – Something About YA (VERSUS Remix) –  Blackboard
Sante Sansone – Shock Delivered – Lapsus Music
Piem & M.F.S: Observatory – Holy Cow – Lapsus Music
Dompe – Smoothie – Blackboard 
Supernova – Madness – Unreleased 

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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