Come and test your stamina against a pair of lively, under the sunshine tracks from Mirko Di Florio. Boasting releases on a whole bunch of hotspots including Elrow and Repopulate Mars, collaborations with Matt Tolfrey and Darius Syrossian, and spreading love and vibes across Europe, the Italian holds all the aces on ‘Big Hands’ and makes sure ‘Lost Frequencies’ comes through loud and clear.

When the ‘Big Hands’ of Di Florio strike, it’s the precise moment indicating that a party is about to peak and that your walk from the bar or the pool is a red carpet affair of all funk with no fuss. Barely giving you a moment’s rest, it fits perfectly into the Clarisse family with a sauntering bass, flurrying percussion and just a tweak of overlaying sounds here and there (look out for the dramatic keys on the drop arriving unannounced). You know what they say – ‘Big Hands’, big tune.

Getting straight down to business for a second time, ‘Lost Frequencies’ is kicked into action by the type of stabs that jump on the track like a rabid spider and make Di Florio bigger and bolder, rougher and tougher. But it’s the pendulum of tall dark and handsome bass that guides the track, beefing up already punchy drums to give the funk throttle what for.



Artist: Mirko Di Florio
Title: Big Hands
Label: Clarisse Records
Release Date: 2019-03-29





– jams
Jimbo James