Dani Sbert marks his Bonzai Basiks debut with powerful techno grooves on the two track Fidelity EP. Spanish born DJ and producer Dani was always destined to be in the music business having been seduced by rhythms from a young age. At just 14 years old he got his first set of Technics which enabled him to hone his skills and amass a large collection of classic vinyl. He has graced the decks all around the world and many venues, playing alongside a host of top jocks. On the production front he boasts a hugely impressive release count which cover a multitude of labels. He has had more than 500 Top 100 Beatport entries and his music is championed by many on the big stage and the small stage. Dani has a long, detailed and very fulfilling music career and we’re delighted to have him here at Bonzai Basiks.
Fidelity opens with a sinister, eerie sound before a monster arena style kick drum takes over, pounding the senses and the bass bins. Dark, gritty sequences move through the sound as a mesmerizing arpeggio lurks on the mid-range. The groove intensifies as those gritty synths dominate. The arps become more vibrant creating an infectious wall of sound that forces you to move your body. A serious techno joint that is not to be missed.
Shape is a deep, dark and moody slice of techno, not for the faint of heart. The perfect setting for this would be the darkest sweatbox club where everyone is in tune with the sound. Solid beats and a driving, sub level bassline power the groove while gritty synths get right up in your face along with chilling vocals and eerie FX. An excellent display of techno that will not disappoint.