Boxer Recordings release Beyond That Hill on November 7th, 2011. Not bad, it's been a while since I've heard some good back-to-basics techno. My thoughts exactly, solid fundamentals.
Dusty Kid - Beyond That Hill  [Album]
Original Release / Boxer Recordings / BOXER085CD
MP3 / 320 / Scene Dusty_Kid--Beyond_That_Hill-(BOXER085CD)-WEB-2011-SiBERiA
Paolo Lodde first made his mark on club music as part of Duoteque, his project with fellow Sardinian Andrea Ferlin. Working on his own as Dusty Kid, he developed a hard-hitting brand of minimal and tech house, exemplified by records like 2008's The Twister or his ode to Richie Hawtin, "I ♥ Richie." Since then his sound has evolved into something more epic and melodic, and it's this style that dominates Beyond That Hill. The album consists of eight tracks mixed together to form a kind of journey, some of which stretch well beyond ten minutes. It comes two years after Dusty Kid's first full-length, A Raver's Diary. Like the majority of his releases, it will come out on Cologne's Boxer Recordings.
01. Nora Nights
04. Chentu Mizas
05. Beyond that Hill
08. That Hug