Ready for the weekend? This week’s episode of feeder sound will deliver proper energy to get you started!
Italian duo M.F.S: Observatory have been steadily building a name for themselves, cultivating a passion for music since childhood. Turchetti Mattia and Francesco Cozzolino are known for their intense Dj sets and solid production, drawing influence from house, tech house and minimal tech. Their sound is spiced with acid rhythms, pumping percussion, wobbling basslines and dark elements, providing energetic moments on any dancefloor.
The two are active in the electronic dance music scene for more than five years, with the end of 2012 marking the time their first releases came out of the studio. Since then, they collaborated with record labels like Little Helpers, AlphaHouse, UNO, My Vision Records, OnlyHouseMusic, IVAV, Roush, Keno Records, LW Recordings, Skint and their own, Observatory Music, established at the end of 2015. With a unique approach, their productions enjoy international support, with their latest EP titled “T” being played by the likes of Butch, Adam Beyer, Richie Hawtin, Maya Jane Coles, Steve Lawler and Guy Gerber.
“We recorded this set in our house studio in London. We used the native instrument Traktor, with the two cdj2000 nexus. We like to record a DJ set with this set up because with Traktor you can have high-quality audio files. It’s a solid tech house set with a lot of techno and electronic influences. We hope you like!” – M.F.S: Observatory
feeder sound 201 mixed by M.F.S: Observatory incorporates various engaging dancefloor-infused jams, ready to sweep your sound system. The set flows with energy, revealing one pumping track after another, all blending into a carousel of strong rhythms. The up-tempo nature of the music is exactly what we expect from the duo, as their interest in electronic music revolves around steaming techno and deep electronica. Enjoy!
Words by AndreiB
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