Cesare vs Disorder drop Automatic Window
Written by admin on 21/04/2022
Cesare vs Disorder is an esteemed producer who’s well-known for his analogue style of stripped back house, breakbeat and minimal, and his new release comes via Canadian label Suleiman.
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Originally from Italy but currently based in Brazil, his respected back catalogue includes tracks and remixes on Ninja Tune/Big Dada, Cocoon, BPitch Control, Transmat, Crosstown Rebels and Watergate Records to name a few.
With much of his recent output focused towards vinyl, his music has become something of a connoisseur’s choice, being a popular DJ booking who’s known for having impeccable taste as a selector.
He is also a talented composer of music for film and TV, fusing those cinematic elements with dance floor focused percussion and funk-fuelled basslines to create distinctive tracks that are brimming with personality.
“Automatic Window” is defined by its two-step groove and UK garage inspired bassline that’s got a heavy sub-bass and brooding intensity, which is augmented with atmospheric vocal textures.
“Just A Couple Hrs” has a squelching acid bassline blended with a bleeping melody and an array of trippy textures layered with the gliding tones of a dystopian pad.
“Peruibe” is a downtempo experimental track that’s got dubby textures washed in delay and dreamy melodies reminiscent of others such as Nathan Fake.
“Shanghai – São Paulo” has shuffling rhythms and a strong offbeat hi-hat, which provides the framework for an eerie flute sound that develops an underlying tension perfect for the dance floor.