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July 12th, 2013 / By: Andrea Doerner

Two months after their first Decibel release Spaghetti Trip, aka Federico Romanzi and Mr. Dendo, released their second EP. This EP contains 6 tracks, 4 collaborations and 2 solo productions.

The album opens with Venere, a rather fast track at 125 bpm, where Dendo and Romanzi are adding a whole new dimension to their music. Disco Misto comes as a nice treat as it has been played by Gigi on Cammino's episodes. The full version has a riveting...

May 10th, 2013 / By: Michael Waust


Mohsen Arabasadi aka Persian Raver has been a part of the italo community since he started to produce music, but he has gotten his success producing a mix of Hands Up, Hard Dance and Hard Trance with releases on one of the biggest labels in Germany called Mental Madness. Together with his old friend from Iran, TRANE aka Mohammad Aghamohammadi he released "Zombie...

May 3rd, 2013 / By: Andrea Doerner


Deejay Stella has been one of the most active producers in recent times, having released multiple compilations under the A.C. Digital Record and Slowild Creation Labels, as well as several self-released ones. From time to time, he produces covers or inedits, making them available on his Soundcloud page. Truly versatile, Deejay Stella produces a wide range of slowstyle tracks using hard sounds with rap vocals, beautiful melodies in his viaggio trips, as well as the occasional...

April 29th, 2013 / By: Andrea Doerner


As new lento albums releases have become scarce over the last couple of years, here comes a new collaboration which brings the much needed light at the end of the tunnel. Davide Rodia, aka Mr. Dendo, and Federico Romanzi are the producers behind the project Spaghetti Trip which, according to their Facebook, was conceived in concept in 2004. Since then, they have collaborated extensively with Gigi D’Agostino and released several tracks on his albums. Nine years later, Federico...

April 28th, 2013 / By: Michael Waust


D-Power stands for "Dance Power" and the project is made as a tribute to the 2000 dance style, that is known for it's typical electronic sounds and vocoded robotic voices together with great melodic synth-melodies.
Nobody really knows who is behind this project, but that's the meaning - the focus should be on the music and not the producer.

This is the second single by the project, and both releases has a small vocal part that is...