Early support from:
Skream (Radio One), Tensnake, Lee Foss, The Revenge, Sean Johnston (A Love From Outer Space), Severino, Danny Howells, King Unique, Bill Brewster, Christian Martin (Dirtybird), Todd Edwards, Diskjokke, Shirkhan (Exploited), Julian Sanza, Compuphonic, Rory Philips, Nick Warren, Pete Gooding, Greg Wilson (sorter) Sinden, Greg Fenton and many more...
Bill Brewster says:
"On first listen to an Asadinho production, it’s pretty obvious that this ain’t no new kid on the block. The clues are in the sparseness of these tracks (that stripped down sound being a sure sign of confidence), the deft arrangements and that fathoms-deep bass sound. No, this kid has obviously got some chops. Without giving too much away, Asadinho is the Kendo Nagasaki of deep house. So, for now, the mask remains. But we can tell you this. He’s been making a living from this lark for about 20 years, both as a producer of some note, having sold over 100,000 units (they’re like bitcoins except more fun), and as a widely-toured DJ and promoter.
Since heading to the nearest telephone box and donning his Asadinho guise, he’s been busily reinventing himself with a string of frankly stellar remixes and productions, and has already notched up some game-changers, in particular his Lana Del Rey rework, which spent four months in the Beatport deep house chart and has the sort of bass that one needs spare undergarments to fully appreciate (in fact, if you want a shorthand of what Asadinho stands for, those percolating basslines are it)."
Lead track Love Capacity is so delicious, it makes you want to bite it till the juice runs down your chin. Warped in decadent modern discoid grooves, this is flawlessly calculated and effortlessly cool. On the flip, Burning Talk is an addictive piece with gorgeous vocals that seal your heart with adhesive glue and a Balearic vibe that will go down tremendously in all the right places. Both are backed with more stripped down dubs for the latter hours of the party. Don't miss out on these.
- deep house