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Premiere: Matteo Gatti – Don’t Give Up [Bamboleo Records]

The Bamboleo resident touches down on their increasingly popular imprint with a new 4-track EP – Don’t Give Up.

Bamboleo Records resident, Matteo Gatti, is becoming a frequenter of the event brand’s record label – since its inception back in 2019. First appearing on ‘Brick Lane Mood’ with Sebastian Ledher, he now makes his solo debut on the imprint with a stunning four-track release. 

Don’t Give Up is an electrifying body of work that sees Matteo showcase a selection of club-inspired deep tech cuts. It oozes underground flavours and plays host to an array of rhythmically engaging arrangements that spouts the true essence of Bamboleo’s minimalist London-based parties.

We are delighted to present a premiere of the title track from the EP, which sports a bed of rambunctious arsenal of drum and percussive elements alongside a tough analogue bassline and bright glitchy synths. This one is a guaranteed vibe builder, perfect for daytime dancing and packed late-night dance floors alike.

Release: Don’t Give Up EP
Artist: Matteo Gatti
Record Label: Bamboleo Records
Release Date: 10th June 2021

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