||2.||"Robert Crash" (Moody edit)|
||3.||"Third Freedom Day"|
||2.||"Dark Energy Cut"|
Fottute Registrazioni is the new label from Italian producer par excellence Marcello Napoletano, which should give you some idea of what to expect from their debut release: a disjointed brand of house music built from machines that has the ideals of Chicago house at its core but is no mere homage to its forebearers. Napoletano is at the helm along with IFM cohort Fran Mela for this debut drop, living up to those aforementioned expectations and then some, revelling in an experimental glee that would probably scare the vests of the Hot Creations clique. At times the music sounds like heavily compressed and largely saturated cover versions - "Robert Crash (Moody edit)" is undoubtedly a bastardised take on an ESG classic that has been fully turned inside out, analogue guts spilling all over the disjointed groove. At other times IFM are at their jagged best, "Day One" rippling with freeform energy whilst "Third Freedom Day" constantly threatens to dissolve under the weight of its own analogue craziness. Highly recommended!
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