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There have been more than murmurs about Sam Alfred lately. The 22-year-old Naarm-based (aka Melbourne, Australia) producer has been on quite the tear, releasing a slew of dreadnought records. Born in Egypt with a proud South Sudanese background, Sam brings a worldly essence to the Australian club landscape. Already, the young producer has fashioned a distinctive energy to his sets and songwriting, one full of joy and fervor. Needless to say, folks are picking up what he's putting down. Next up is his Suzuka EP, a bullish 4 tracker that we're proud to emblazon with the Gallery insignia. A bundle of tunes that call to charged dancefloors and the unshackling of day-to-day stresses. Opening with force, we're greeted by the title record 'Suzuka'. Made up of a mean kick, euphoric synth strokes and hyper 808s, this one doesn't let up. As beastly as 'Suzuka' is - there's a warm and inviting undercurrent, an encouragement to gather your crew and party well into the wee hours. No doubt, DJs from both hemispheres will send crowds hopping mad with this bullet train. You only need to take a look at his sold-out Boiler Room HERE to see the stir this armament creates. Second, in line is 'Salzburg'. An ode to 90's rave culture, the track canters along with glee, full of fuzzed-out pads and a roaring vocal sample. Spliced throughout are galactic whirls that serve as perfect interludes to what's an all-out riot. Tumbling over to the B-side, we come ear-to-ear with 'Auckland's Groove'. Having been out since early December, this piano-laden roller continues to shine. Bringing a lovely buoyancy to the tune are squelchy kickdrums and lively sirens. A nod to Alfred's skills in composition and ability to brew certain moods. Rounding out the body of work, 'Lovin U' comes into land. Defined by an enticing two-step rhythm, whirring synth play and sundry percussion, Sam signs out with serious Polish. An honest and skilful interpretation of house that's built to get people moving. Sam Alfred's music is one of energy, celebration and satisfaction and this is an ideal ending. Over the next eight weeks, Sam has a delectable schedule including a slot at Melbourne's Laneway Festival, sold-out support slots with XCLUB in both Sydney and Melbourne along with call-ups to Perth's Roam Festival, Pitch Music & Arts and Digi Culture & Music in the nation's capital. If that wasn't enough, the amped producer will then embark on his very first headline tour of Australia. 2023 is seriously picking up steam for Sam. Tracklisting:A1. Suzuka A2. Salzburg B1. Aucklands Groove B2. Lovin U
There have been more than murmurs about Sam Alfred lately. The 22-year-old Naarm-based (aka Melbourne, Australia) producer has been on quite the tear, releasing a slew of dreadnought records. Born in Egypt with a proud South Sudanese background, Sam brings a worldly essence to the Australian club landscape. Already, the young producer has fashioned a distinctive energy to his sets and songwriting, one full of joy and fervor. Needless to say, folks are picking up what he's putting down. Next up is his Suzuka EP, a bullish 4 tracker that we're proud to emblazon with the Gallery insignia. A bundle of tunes that call to charged dancefloors and the unshackling of day-to-day stresses. Opening with force, we're greeted by the title record 'Suzuka'. Made up of a mean kick, euphoric synth strokes and hyper 808s, this one doesn't let up. As beastly as 'Suzuka' is - there's a warm and inviting undercurrent, an encouragement to gather your crew and party well into the wee hours. No doubt, DJs from both hemispheres will send crowds hopping mad with this bullet train. You only need to take a look at his sold-out Boiler Room HERE to see the stir this armament creates. Second, in line is 'Salzburg'. An ode to 90's rave culture, the track canters along with glee, full of fuzzed-out pads and a roaring vocal sample. Spliced throughout are galactic whirls that serve as perfect interludes to what's an all-out riot. Tumbling over to the B-side, we come ear-to-ear with 'Auckland's Groove'. Having been out since early December, this piano-laden roller continues to shine. Bringing a lovely buoyancy to the tune are squelchy kickdrums and lively sirens. A nod to Alfred's skills in composition and ability to brew certain moods. Rounding out the body of work, 'Lovin U' comes into land. Defined by an enticing two-step rhythm, whirring synth play and sundry percussion, Sam signs out with serious Polish. An honest and skilful interpretation of house that's built to get people moving. Sam Alfred's music is one of energy, celebration and satisfaction and this is an ideal ending. Over the next eight weeks, Sam has a delectable schedule including a slot at Melbourne's Laneway Festival, sold-out support slots with XCLUB in both Sydney and Melbourne along with call-ups to Perth's Roam Festival, Pitch Music & Arts and Digi Culture & Music in the nation's capital. If that wasn't enough, the amped producer will then embark on his very first headline tour of Australia. 2023 is seriously picking up steam for Sam. Tracklisting:A1. Suzuka A2. Salzburg B1. Aucklands Groove B2. Lovin U
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Suzuka (Blk) [Colored Vinyl] (Ep) [180 Gram] (Org)
Artist: Sam Alfred
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There have been more than murmurs about Sam Alfred lately. The 22-year-old Naarm-based (aka Melbourne, Australia) producer has been on quite the tear, releasing a slew of dreadnought records. Born in Egypt with a proud South Sudanese background, Sam brings a worldly essence to the Australian club landscape. Already, the young producer has fashioned a distinctive energy to his sets and songwriting, one full of joy and fervor. Needless to say, folks are picking up what he's putting down. Next up is his Suzuka EP, a bullish 4 tracker that we're proud to emblazon with the Gallery insignia. A bundle of tunes that call to charged dancefloors and the unshackling of day-to-day stresses. Opening with force, we're greeted by the title record 'Suzuka'. Made up of a mean kick, euphoric synth strokes and hyper 808s, this one doesn't let up. As beastly as 'Suzuka' is - there's a warm and inviting undercurrent, an encouragement to gather your crew and party well into the wee hours. No doubt, DJs from both hemispheres will send crowds hopping mad with this bullet train. You only need to take a look at his sold-out Boiler Room HERE to see the stir this armament creates. Second, in line is 'Salzburg'. An ode to 90's rave culture, the track canters along with glee, full of fuzzed-out pads and a roaring vocal sample. Spliced throughout are galactic whirls that serve as perfect interludes to what's an all-out riot. Tumbling over to the B-side, we come ear-to-ear with 'Auckland's Groove'. Having been out since early December, this piano-laden roller continues to shine. Bringing a lovely buoyancy to the tune are squelchy kickdrums and lively sirens. A nod to Alfred's skills in composition and ability to brew certain moods. Rounding out the body of work, 'Lovin U' comes into land. Defined by an enticing two-step rhythm, whirring synth play and sundry percussion, Sam signs out with serious Polish. An honest and skilful interpretation of house that's built to get people moving. Sam Alfred's music is one of energy, celebration and satisfaction and this is an ideal ending. Over the next eight weeks, Sam has a delectable schedule including a slot at Melbourne's Laneway Festival, sold-out support slots with XCLUB in both Sydney and Melbourne along with call-ups to Perth's Roam Festival, Pitch Music & Arts and Digi Culture & Music in the nation's capital. If that wasn't enough, the amped producer will then embark on his very first headline tour of Australia. 2023 is seriously picking up steam for Sam. Tracklisting:A1. Suzuka A2. Salzburg B1. Aucklands Groove B2. Lovin U
        
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