[NovaFuture Blog Exclusive Mix]: Izzi Bizzi plays Regal

 

DJ:
Izzi Bizzi

 

About the concept:
Here is the twenty-fifth instalment of our series “abc plays xyz”.

The idea behind it is to ask some DJs/mixing artists if they have an artist or label in mind that they love and would like to use for a mix.

So the approach of each mix is clear: the choosen DJ/mixing artist makes a selection of tracks produced by one artist (and her/his monikers) or released on a label (and its sublabels) and creates a nice mix from it.

Find links to all instalments at our overview. Today we present you Izzi Bizzi’s mix of tracks produced or remixed by Regal.

 

About Izzi Bizzi:
Dynamic and powerful as her sound itself, izzi Bizzi can’t get enough of exciting her crowd by creating driving melodies and unforgettable memories. Using the contrast of a deep bass line, 90’s classic techno and hypnotic ACiD sounds, she appeals to a mysterious facet that’s dormant in her listeners, allowing them to get lost in the unique atmosphere of the moment. But playing her sets is just one part of her multifaceted life, which she dedicates to music. Besides producing her own tracks, she is half of the DJ-Duo H. and runs the event series and label BiPØLAR. as a promoter.

 

About Regal:
Gabriel Cassina, better known as Regal, rapidly shot to the forefront of the techno spectrum in 2012, after releasing productions met with widespread critical acclaim by the european techno scene.

Originally of Italian heritage and currently based in Spain, Regal’s career had brought him to Berlin also where he expanded his artist profile and got involved in techno at an international level. He is one of the youngest Spanish artists to have played at Berghain, widely regarded as the techno church and one of the greatest clubs in the world. Regal has played also at the mythical Tresor, Mondo and Factory 010 as well as in cities like Tel Aviv and Tbilisi.

Regal’s style is eclectic. It’s impossible to tie him down to one unique genre, he moves in-between trance and disco melodies evoking raves with a strong acid undercurrent. Emmanuel Top is one of his key influences, drawing from his output, tailoring the perfect mix between acid rhythms and melodies that enchant the soul. Plastikman is his main acid influence as is Sven Vath, in respect to his amazing dynamism and variations during his DJ sets.

Text taken from Triangle website

 

Listen & Download:
“Izzi Bizzi plays Regal” (download coming soon)

 

Izzi Bizzi About Her Choice:
Regal has proven himself to be a very talented producer and DJ for quite some time now with his varied, energetic and acid-influenced productions. His versatile output as well as his highly recognizable style have lead him to become one of the outstanding protagonists of the international Techno scene. He is not restricted by any constraints which leads to his use of a large pallet of sounds and wide tempo range. You can literally feel that his tracks are produced by a very passionate musician who’s never afraid of experiments which gives free rein to his creative output.That’s exactly what makes him one of the trailblazers of contemporary Techno to me.

 

Tracklist:
01. Len Faki & Regal – VCO
02. Len Faki & Regal – Abroad
03. Regal – Impulsive Feelings
04. Regal – Rem
05. Regal – Acid Is The Answer
06. Regal – L’Éternité (Charlotte de Witte Remix)
07. Regal – L’Éternité
08. Regal – Chaos
09. Regal – Order
10. Regal – Repeat
11. Regal – SCTR
12. Regal – Lesstroboscopic
13. Regal – Action
14. Regal – Trave Generation
15. Regal – Pulzar
16. Giorgia Angiuli – Over The Clouds (Regal Remix)
17. Andre Kronert – Aint No Funny Music (Regal Warehouse Remix)
18. Regal – Thrive (Mark Broom Remix)
19. Regal – Time for us
20. Regal – Monomyth
21. Regal – Alma Mater
22. Nina Kraviz – Ghetto Kraviz (Regal 303 Dub Remix)
23. Regal – Symbol
24. Regal – Salie
25. Andre Kronert – Dirty Old Man (Regal Remix)
26. Regal – Slab

 

Booking:
Triangle Agency for Regal
Bipolar for Izzi Bizzi

 

Websites:
Izzi Bizzi
Regal

 

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