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“Gatto Fritto - The Sound Of Love Interna”

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TRACKLISTING: CD: 1. Derrick Harriott - Dub Whip 2. Anaalivaihe - 10_11_2012 3. Sonny Okosun - Highlife (Dub Version) 4. Joe Ariwa - King Moses (33RPM Version) 5. Pilgrims Of The Mind - Airplane 6. Khan - Turkish Bath (Part 1) 7. Code - Parsifal (Ambient Dub) 8. Sandoz - Dark Continent 9. Mi Ami - Free Of Life 10. The Black Dog - Rainbow Bridge 11. Nation Of Noiz - Xes Noiz 12. Earthquake Studio - 21st Century OVERVIEW: Welcome to the Sound of Love International 001 complied by Gatto Fritto. Love International is a festival held in Tisno, Croatia now moving into its third season. Held to a soundtrack of the very best of underground dance music and running 24 hours a day - from noon to night and back through again - full circle. This series, masterminded with London’s Balearic culture website, Test Pressing, is curated by some of our favourite artists and DJs. A place for them to choose 12 records close to their heart, and with ties to the festival, that they love and what to share with the world. So, to the first compiler - Gatto Fritto AKA Ben Williams. A lifetime working in the better record shops of London and Berlin and DJing in Europe’s finest underground clubs, Ben is getting the props he deserves. Put into context, although not in a box, on line-ups curated by Call Super, Ben UFO and Palms Trax the word is spreading. It’s partially testament to the increased open mindedness of younger big room crowds but far more to Gatto’s ability as a DJ and a knack for finding an undiscovered mix of music that fits. Having previously made freaky Disco mutations for Dissident Records, then an album of Kosmiche inspired sounds for International Feel, it’s proving to be something of an advantage not being easily hamstrung by genre. So, what about the music here? It’s a collection of tracks that Ben played across his last two sets at Love International’s open-air club Barbarellas. There’s a dubby wildness in the stereo field

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