Last updated on July 30th, 2020 at 06:32 pm
As the clouds seem to offer some shade over Bucharest today, keeping the temperature to a more enjoyable level, we’re getting ready to feel that special weekend mood starting with this week’s podcast episode.
Vadim Shatalov is a Russian DJ and producer from Saint Petersburg who’s been active in the scene for quite some time now. His extended activity as a curator of the local RTS.FM studio, as well as his performances at various events, prove the fact that electronic music is a very important aspect of his life. The sound he brings forward is a blend of cosmic textures, melodic basslines and groovy house rhythms, all intertwined elegantly in order to provide a perfectly balanced vibration. Some of his works were published by labels like Unknown Artist Records, Groovematics and Smoke Joke Records, while others have been made available through Bandcamp or his own venture Shatality.
Last year, Shatalov‘s track “Get Together” from “Maybe Tomorrow EP” released with La Vie En Rose Records was chosen by Trommel to be a part of their annual top 100 tracks chart while other cuts were supported by international artists like Rich NxT, Ivan Iacobucci, Vinyl Speed Adjust, Terence Terry and Viceversa. Let’s dive in his selection for our podcast series, so turn the volume up and get energised!
“This podcast is inspired by new and old-school sounds and it was recorded for these summer days. Enjoy!” – Shatalov
feeder sound 273 mixed by Shatalov reveals a driving journey through vivid house-infused cuts, from deep and steady-paced compositions to fully wobbling pieces designed for the dancefloor. The organic transitions smoothly introduce each track and the overall resonance is carefully adjusted. Let the speakers guide your body and start the weekend with a shake!
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Words by AndreiB
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