Ryvon – Fade Out The Lights
After the success of “Your Touch Your Eyes” the collaboration between Ryvon and Italoconnection finds his second release. Two unreleased songs full of pure 80’s italo-
disco flavour, with the addiction of the vocal performance by Annabel together with the great nu-disco touch of Italoconnection (Fred Ventura and Paolo Gozzetti).
Kermesse – Mrs Moon
Originally released in 1983 by the Fingers label this obsure 12” by Kermesse belongs to the undiscovered classics category and definitely deserves a second chance considering how fresh it still sounds today. “Mrs Moon” appears on the A side in its original form, remixed by the legendary Flemming Dalum with Steen Gjerulff and re-edited by Fred Ventura and Paolo Gozzetti aka Italoconnection on the B side. Rediscover the perfect follow up to Mr. Flagio “Take A Chance” !
Mono Han – Below The Waves LP
Mono Han are brothers Alessandro and Davide, who collectively have a deep and long understanding of electronic music. Davide is a co-founder of N.O.I.A, one of Italy’s first electronic live acts to perform and record with drum machines and synths as early as 1978. He was also behind seminal Italo outfit Klein + M.B.O and proto-house hit “Dirty Talk”. Alessandro, following in his brother’s footsteps was inevitable and he too became hooked on the incredible new sound palette emanating from the early electronic machines.
Since then they have released under an array of aliases, have clocked up numerous club hits and this project brings them back to their 80’s roots.
Milano Disco Wave Vol. 1
After five years of Disco Modernism, old and new teams of producers join together for this fresh collection of future dancefloor fillers. The main idea behind the Milano Disco Wave title is to represent what is happening now in the Milan’s club scene. Featuring six tracks crafted by well known artists as Rago and Farina of ‘Lectric Workers, Fred Ventura and Paolo Gozzetti of Italoconnection, Stefano Tirone of Modo, Livio Fogli of La Maison, young hopes as Forklift & Saw and Codazzi, all working hard to produce a modern sounding version of Italo disco for the future.