Genesis Music continues it’s incredible start with a new EP from Jorgio Kioris.
The Michael A and Dmitry Molosh manned imprint is now on its fifth release after launching just over a month ago. Club play and chart support has been rolling in from Hernan Cattaneo and Guy J and the remainder of the year looks very promising. The labels fifth release welcomes Jorgio Kioris for his debut EP entitled ‘Drome’.
It’s been a very strong year for the Greek producer thus far. His ‘Anamnisi’ production (in conjunction with Simos Tagias) was released in May on Luke Porter’s Temporum Music and he also has a release forthcoming on Cid Inc’s Replug Records. His two productions here mark his first solo offerings of the year and both prove to be quite spectacular. The lead track ‘Autodrome’ is driven by a big, chunky bottom end and a great complement of rhythmic elements. The well carved groove is full of round, undulating character and the wealth of tonal effects is monumentally stimulating both for your mind and feet. A hopeful pad brightens up the breakdown only to dissipate and reveal that bassy growl one more time. It’s a great moment and one which sets up an even groovier conclusion.
The companion piece ‘Velodrome’ is more direct and driving with tougher beats and razor sharp synths. Those squelchy rhythms are wonderfully offset with a floaty bed of textures and airy vocal pads which lift the vibe a notch or two higher. A quiet break brings the tension down and sets up a conclusion highlighted by great chord changes which end the EP on a really positive note. Two excellent cuts from Jorgio who somehow found time out from planning the highly anticipated Bloque Festival to record these two beauties. Don’t miss them.