For this episode of our ongoing podcast series we invite Spanish artist Alex Font to deliver the grooves so better adjust the volume of your speakers and enjoy the ride.
Hailing from the sunny shores of Spain, Alex Font is a DJ, producer and label manager of Acmé and Third Stream, two vinyl-only outlets that showcase an outstanding discography. Here we can find several timeless releases from himself as well as a couple of various artists’ compilations and collaborative productions featuring artists like DeWalta, Mihai Pol, Jack Wickham, Sepp, Faster, Nu Zau, Lizz, VincentIulian, Silat Beksi, Nils Weimann, Incolor, Direkt, Vadim Oslov, Aron and Lulla, among others.
Alex is a Latin music lover and this can be seen in many of his works as influences from jazz, bossanova, salsa and afro-cuban rhythms elegantly blend in with intricate minimal and microhouse textures, bringing forward something new, vivid and groovy. This distinct approach gained him massive support from the international underground scene with his records being played worldwide by many renowned artists and him having numerous gigs in locations well beyond his hometown of Valencia.
feeder sound 407 mixed by Alex Font delivers a solid dose of minimal techno smoothly combined with subtle microhouse and brakes grooves, perfect for the dancefloor. The transitions create a meandering effect, highlighting each track in the selection while laying out a continuous stream of driving sounds. Better put on your dancing shoes for this one and drift away. Enjoy with the volume up!
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Words by AndreiB
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