I had a chat with Elle Clark at Watch the Hype discussing about my research on emotions and meaning in music and my upcoming projects.
Have a read below
” ‘Out’ is the opposite of ‘In’ because we didn’t feel ‘trendy’ and we always liked to stay outside of the mass, following the underground scene more.”
I had a nice chat with my mate Andrea for Theplayground.co.uk , have a read below.
The release—titled Temporary Insanity Remixes—features four redefinitions of the two original productions by Detroit veteran Terrence Dixon, coming from myself, Cosmin TRG, Voiski and Pangaea. The29nov films realized a very cool video for my remix of Population One, you can stream it below.
I noticed my concept album spread kind of good also in Germany, where I’ve been working for years now with showcases at OHM mostly.
So for my German fans – if I have some haha! – here you can find an article written by Christian Sundqvist for Focus.de:
Article regarding recent reissues and new albums, including my ‘Detachment.
“An album of cerebral dance music which is gorgeously deep and packed full of steadfast groves, 8/10.”
Check the full article here.
The British’ Hyponik features Detachment’ concept and the29nov films one hour length video!
Check the feature: http://hyponik.com/news/simone-gatto-release-multi-platform-debut-detachment/
Here is the splendid the29nov films video!
I selected some of my favorite albums for Sittingovation. They featured my just-released debut album ‘Detachment’ too. Check it here!
Mixmag techno editor Marcus Barnes has dedicated some words to my debut album ‘Detachment’.
“This LP really marks a milestone in his career, an accomplished album with enough flavour to please fans and newcomers to his sound alike.”
Read it here: http://www.mixmag.net/read/simone-gatto-reviews
Spoke to the British’ The Ransom Note about the concept behind my album, all my natural and human inspirations plus my forthcoming projects. Really enjoyed it actually!
They’ve asked me to set up a mix for their ‘Monday Is Okay’ series. Definitely not something I’d play in clubs, but mostly playing at my home.
“Philosophy and dance music aren’t necessarily the most obvious of interlinking interests. We often use music to help us disconnect rather than to prompt existential self discovery. However, Simone Gatto is one artist who sees the value in the link between the two.”
Feel free to read / listen: