Hailing from its mothership label Circus Recordings, Yousef resurfaces his supplementary outlet Carioca Records with a much more musical approach
Unlike Circus, Carioca is designed to be less of a reflection of Yousefs DJ sets, but rather opening up a wider musical latitude, offering an opportunity to release more hypnotic house and techno, not always aimed at the DJ’s, but instead the music enthusiast.
Off the back of headlining sets at Glastonbury & Burning Man Festivals and a series of dates at Space Ibiza during the final season for the legendary club, Dave Seaman has been on a roll this summer. His record label, Selador Recordings also continues to go from strength to strength reaching the milestone of 50 releases with Dave’s own production ‘Nightfalls’ which enjoyed both widespread critical acclaim and some healthy Beatport Chart action.
And now Dave boards the Carioca express with a muscular two tracker under the Palindrome People Project banner. “These two tracks both started out as one thing but I ended up going backwards to go forward and then they turned into something else entirely”, explains Dave. “Hence the palindrome tag, sometimes when making music retracing your steps can be more productive than just ploughing on.
”If you’re still none the wiser, a Palindrome is a word that reads the same backwards as forwards. And so accordingly, let us present ‘Do Geese See God’ & ‘Devil Never Even Lived’. Get it?!
One thing we do know for sure, whichever way you look at it, be it forwards, backwards or even upside down, the Palindrome People certainly know their way.
01. Dave Seaman – Do Geese See God (Original Mix)
02. Dave Seaman – Devil Never Even Lived (Original Mix)
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