More new music from one of our favourite labels right now, Mutual Rytm. SHDW & Obscure Shape’s imprint has been consistent source of high grade techno inspired by the 90’s, and their next release from Alarico is just that. The Italian funk master supplies a high octane tribal roller in ‘AE86’ and we can’t get enough of it.
Alarico is on the back of an impressive year of music releases on the likes of Token Records, Hayes and more. The Italian youngster gained a significant amount of traction through his notable self-production only mixes, Alarico is a producer who is on a meteoric rise.
Combining nuances from across the genre to shape his own fast-paced and raw yet soulful sound, the Milan-based talent hasn’t slowed down since launching the alias in 2019. Having featured on the label’s VA ‘Federation Of Rythm I’ earlier this year, he now returns to SHDW and Obscure Shape’s blossoming Mutual Rytm imprint for his first EP on the label – delivering eight cuts across both digital and vinyl for ‘Boya’.
Today we premiere the A1 from Alarico’s ‘Boya’ EP. AE86 set’s the tone with rugged driving grooves, powered through tribal percussion, cheeky vocal hits and rolling low end. This sounds like it’s fresh out an early 00’s rave, as Alarico drives the groove with sharp syncopated rhythms and acute sampling. This is raw and driving funked up techno at it’s finest.