DescriptionFor our 42nd vinyl release on Area Remote we gladly welcome FRANKIE DEP.
Born in the south of Italy in 1987, Francesco de Paola never intended to end up as a DJ/producer. He graduated in biomedical engineering. But his love for music, fuelled by the presence of musicians in his family, eventually led him to be a regular presence in the Turin clubbing scene. He started to follow his passion for electronic dance music and played the decks at Turins most famous clubs.
He also started producing, releasing his first EP in 2012. His style moves on the verge of old skool and new skool, and does so perfectly. For this EP, Frankie Dep has created a luscious deep house track, on which 2000 and One and Danny Serrano each have taken their own point of view.
With The Tattoo I Wanted, Frankie Dep has made a killer debut on Area Remote.
THE TATTOO I WANTED: The dark, voluptuous beat and the suspenseful synthesizer strings combined with the metallic sound effects create a mysterious vibe that leaves you longing for more. This track will like a tattoo does- stay with you.
THE TATTOO I WANTED [2000 AND ONES CHICAGO ACID HOUSE DUB]: With a surging beat and lots of room for the pronounced percussions, 2000 and One has preserved the ink black feeling of the original track but added his own special flavour: Savvy as always, but oh so good.
THE TATTOO I WANTED [DANNY SERRANO REMIX]: Full of soul, swing and extremely funky, Danny Serrano has created a tech house version of The Tattoo I Wanted. A real party number, but with that classic juice that soaks the entire EP.