Diego Infanzon drops a debut EP on Carl Cox's Intec | Soundspace

Diego Infanzon drops a debut EP on Carl Cox’s Intec

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New on Carl Cox’s iconic label Intec is a two track EP from Diego Infanzon who is the latest addition to an already impressive and highly influential roster of artists, as having featured on the imprint’s previous releases are the likes of Eats Everything, Nicole Moudaber, Sidney Charles, UMEK and Darren Emerson.

Carl Cox has a reputation for championing fresh talent and underexposed artists, which means Intec has a very unique roster where relatively unknown names sit alongside some of the most influential artists in electronic dance music.

Diego Infanzon is far from being unknown, and boasts a back catalogue including other techno labels such as Christian Smith’s Tronic, Uto Karem’s Agile Recordings and 2000 and One’s Bitten, but on Intec’s exceptionally high standards he is someone who would be considered an up and comer with their roster of more established names.

With the above said, everyone starts out somewhere and with the exceptional quality of Diego’s music, it’s highly probable that in years to come he will have earned a well-deserved place in the techno hall of fame alongside many of Intec’s other artists.

The opening track “Locomotora” is a little deeper than the usual Intec style, but what it lacks in ferocity it balances out by the captivating euphoria of the dark pads, and its melodic style still packs a serious amount of punch.

“Take This One” is probably our pick from the release, as its banging style is more in line with what the label is best known for, and the vocal that gives the track its title really works with the hypnotic synth parts.

You can buy the release now from Beatport

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