The techno stylist steps up to the Dozzy and Neel-helmed label with Flauto Synthetico.
You can thank the 2013 edition of famed Japanese techno festival Labyrinth for bringing compatriots Donato Dozzy and Marco ‘Shuttle’ Sartorelli together, a meeting of minds that has resulted in some fine musical collaborations. This first manifested itself in Anxur, an open-ended series of collaborative 12″s that debuted in late 2014 on Shuttle’s Eerie label, with his debut album, Visione, featuring a scene-setting opener produced in cahoots with Dozzy. Speaking with Oli Warwick about that album, Sartorelli confirmed Dozzy played a more important role as a sounding board to help guide his steps into new sonic territory. “On the album (Dozzy) definitely was a reference for me to understand whether what I was doing was good or not,” the dapper Italian said.
The relationship between the two is picked up again as news arrives a fresh Marco Shuttle 12″ is the next release on the Spazio Disponibile label set up by Dozzy and Neel. Introduced earlier this year, Spazio Disponibile was inaugurated by a Voices From The Lake 12″ from its founders, whilst a solo Dozzy release arrived earlier this month. June will see Spazio open its arms to a close friend in the shape of the three-track Flauto Synthetico 12″ which offers a further development of Shuttle’s heady and hypnotic aesthetic. You can preview it below.
Spazio Disponibile will release Flauto Synthetico by Marco Shuttle on June 27.
1. Flusso Dinamico
2. Danza Cinetica
3. Flauto Synthetico
Spazio Disponibile on Juno