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The #34 digital release of Alboratory is in the row, we are again presenting for you an absolutely new artist in the front - Rob Corriette aka OptO. from East London. Being previously a Drum'n Bass producer he changed his orientations because he did not like what the sound was turning into. This was the result of the numerous seasons he spent in Ibiza. As an outcome he changed his vision of the music and proceeded to dig into the deep sound. OptO. makes his debut EP named "Brick Lane" which consists of two original tracks and two remixes from Dan Noël and Cicuendez. Pretty good start for the young talent who hits us with deep vibes, very low smooth bass line, atmospheric pads background all the way, voices and synth stabs complete "Brick Lane" to be even deeper. Alongside with that track is the remix of Dan Noël (Switzerland) who makes his interpretation of "Brick Lane" showing his way of deep & pump, but dark at the same time, accompanied by metallic elements, delayed synths all the time and machines effects served with reverb which makes that music tale so crazy & beautiful. On the the other side we have "Tramps Duvet" which is more dubby and industrial because of his FX's, creepy voices. The low hertz bass fits perfectly to the depth of the track which completes that strong feeling in your chest. The other remix is from a Spanish producer from Toledo (Spain) - Cicuendez, who provides us with an astonishing version of "Tramps Duvet". Cicuendez shaped a banging rhythm inspired by the original track and put some more hi-hats and minimal effects which formed the techy dynamic.