The Italian duo Fideles compromises of Mario and Daniele. They kicked off their musical career in 2010 with the release of their track “Esencia” on Moan recordings. Since then the dup has seen success on many major industry labels including their track “The Superdope” on Defected Records and their EP “Shamana” with Fabio Neural on Adam Beyer’s Truesoul.
Their brand of tech-house combines groovy electronic beats, incorporating some sexy vocals which suit both big room crowds and underground vibes alike. This summer they will be releasing their debut EP on Solar Distance with ‘Monark’.
‘Monarch’ slowly builds along the arpreggiating synth line that carries the tune into the depths of techno. Staying true to the Solar Distance vibe, the track mixes beauty and darkness into infectious dance floor poetry, a record to be saved for only the most special of moments.
Percussive driven and round in sound, ‘Klopp’ gets down and dirty. Vox twists and fatty synths harness the belly of this beast, as it floats on top of a heavy low-end sub. Rounding off this dynamic EP is ‘The Love Part One’ in proper four to the floor fashion. Driving yet never full speed ahead, winding piano riffs join synth patterns in a ethereal mixture of dance floor bliss, a perfect fit to EP’s final cut.
Release Date: September 23rd, 2016
1. Fideles – Monark Feat Haptik
2. Fideles – Klopp (Original Mix)
3. Fideles – The Love Part One (Original Mix)