DASCO – African Power

Fast rising producer DASCO serves up a poignant new house release for Local Talk that comes with remixes from culture artists Trinidadiandeep and Anthony Nicholson. “I dedicated this EP to my dear father, Shlomo Cohen (RIP) that passed away about 4 years ago. Even though he is not here anymore, I still feel him with me everywhere I go. My father was a very good hearted, smart and spiritual person and always gave me a lot of mental support, encouraging and strengthening. I truly believe that I am where I am today a lot because of him.”


DASCO This Israeli born but Berlin based producer is as colourful as they come with a wide-reaching sound but unique musical style. She draws on her diverse cultural roots to mix up house, afro, acid, tribal or disco, all with a vintage and authentic edge. When her music isn’t picking up support from DJ Antal, Folamour, and Dekmantel Soundsystem, DASCO can be found rocking crowds in clubs around the globe. Superb opener ‘African Power’ is a groovy house track inspired by African music elements with exquisitely loose and jumbled drums, bass riffs, sci-fi pads, fluttering trumpets and more all colour the groove with impossible musicality which make it brim with soul from start to finish. Trinidadiandeep strips things back on ‘African Power’ to the deep, leggy drums and allows the trumpets and synths to ring out that bit more. Long-time Chicago house denizen Anthony Nicholson then serves up a Mediterranean Disco Mix of ‘Keep Moving’ with sunny keys and airy chords layered over a lush, expansive groove that is utterly timeless. Finally, Keep Movin’’ is a spiritual house tune with culturedafro kicks and hits which feel live and organic, embellished with warm and soul-infused chords that swell the heart. DASCO ‘African Power EP’ drops on Local Talk on 1st November 2019

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