House / Electro
October 6, 2016
Mik Santoro's Ampispazi drops Mess Me second EP on the imprint, featuring remixes from the label head and the unstoppable label own's Ramsi. If stomping tunes with sampled vocals, warm pads, relentless House grooves are your things, then Ampispazi's seventy-third release is what you've been looking for. The release comes from Italian producer Mess Me and follows a steady stream of releases for the label. The original tunes are perfectly crafted for summer festivals, inspired by the sound of labels such as Detroit Swindle's Heist Recordings or artists such as Frits Wentink or Denis Sulta. The "Basement Affair pt.1 and pt.2" are two powerful uplifting cuts, the kind of tracks that, dropped in the middle of any set, would get the crowd going mad. Ramsi does his usual magic with a deeper version of pt.1, playing around with melodies and a darker vibe. Mik Santoro's remix completely transforms pt.2 with broken beats and soulful chords for a really mature late night stomper. On the 6th of September make sure you grab MessMe's 'Basement Affair', Ampispazi's latest hot hot House EP.