One of the most exciting producers to recently emerge from in the Dutch West Coast. Betonkust takes on Raffaele Fiume presents Fancy’s “Null Null” and turns it into a high tension break-beat parade with glistering Italo-layered landscapes, as Mothball record re-issues the 1982 original.

During the eighties it was possible to observe an Italian fascination with the mysterious Far East.
This can be found across a wide array of art, design and music in Italy during this time, in subtle or obvious ways. As the one-off project from Italo-disco icon Raffaele Fiume, Fancy’s “Null Null” perfectly showcases this Oriental infused direction on its 1982 release. With an everlasting attention to detail, the Australian Mothball Record crew re-issues Fancy’s original, including additional remixes by Hysteric and Betonkust.

Dekmantel prodigy Betonkust takes on the 1982 original and delivers an ecstatic and powerful re-interpretation. As one of the most exciting producers to recently emerge from in the Dutch west-coast, Betonkust’s sound is founded on a wide variety of hyper energetic music such as new beat, rave and Detroit vibed electro. For this occasion, he transforms the original into a high tension break-beat parade with glistering Italo-layered landscapes, infused with a good dosage of club functionality.


Null Null is scheduled for release later this month. Grab your copy via Bordello A Parigi.

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