On this weekly roundup, from 14-01-18, the blog Electronic North from UK has featured They shall not pass in the first position. I invite you all to check their blog and listen the songs on the playist, which are all amazing.
“Though released just as 2017 faded from view, They shall not pass by LPascolatti is very much of the here and now. Starting off like a 70s’ Italian homage to the Dr Who intro, the track turbocharges up to date with hints of industrial techno, synthwave and some samba-esque rhythms called into action. It makes for a track that is dark and enticing, with a bit of the night about it. The song features on his Up Side Down EP which you can stream on Soundcloud and Bandcamp.”
You can buy my vinyl records via Bandcamp or contact me directly for special prices. My debut album Born to Die was pressed on vinyl and I want to sell it to you, DJ, producer, lover of music on vinyl, electronic music and analogue material.
I want to provide you feelings and experience by my music on your record player. The album contain all my first singles, so songs change variably from A to B side, going from downtempo to aggressive style, a progressive techno with extreme drums, basslines and synths. Instrumental material. The work is also the debut album from my indie record label Capiroto Records. Buying on Bandcamp includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC.
For those who use Discogs, it is also possible to buy my records there: https://www.discogs.com/release/11022148
Special offer for Record Stores.
Born to Die is also available on Spotify and other means of digital streaming.