Capozzi‘s latest track debut on CONFESSION transforms her signature tech-house sound around the titular 911 Turbo in a unique twist
The last time we’d covered Capozzi on the SWS blog, she’d just come off of Hole In The Speaker, a midnight vibe that permeated with tenebrous glow, and since then she’s been running the gamut of the tech/bass-house circuit. From her run of shows on the CONFESSION vs. Night Bass tour, to the endless playtime and praise from artists like Zed’s Dead, Alison Wonderland, Drezo, and more, it’s clear that her sound is capturing an expanding audience of dance music enthusiasts. Her latest track is an aesthetically driven tech house track, out now through CONFESSION.
I dunno who run’s Porsche’s marketing department, but if they didn’t cosign this track they’ve fucked up bad. On 911 Turbo, Capozzi takes on building a track around the driver aesthetic with a fast-paced tempo, displaying the inherent rhythm of a revving engine with surprising effectiveness. Utilizing a legendary piece of automobile history and it’s illustrious pop culture status as a jumping-off point for hard hitting tech house is something unique to me, and it’s easily a track built for the dance floor frenzy. The theme is in the title, but the production itself uses the recognizable tones of a humming engine as percussion, a burnout as a riser, a roaring engine as bass, and the more you listen, the more you break down the vehicular components that stylize the track. It’s a unique assortment of familiar sounds that culminate in a heavy hitting barrage of bass house that’s bound to get you moving your feet. Keep up with Capozzi and CONFESSION in the links down below to see what she’ll drop next!
Fresh//hell (fka K. Flo) is ya resident Sine Wave Surfers DJ (part producer) who’s been collecting music and waxing poetic on the state of underground electronica since 2011. Starting his DJ career in Blacksburg and the NRV, he’s been a supporting EDM/electronica act (for the likes of Electrobro, Spark Arrester, BUKU, Space Jesus, Digital Ethos, Arius, and more!), doing promo and social media support for SWS, and ruthlessly amassing vinyl records, before moving to Richmond, VA, in 2019. Fresh-hell’s here to collect, create, and curate for your electronic enjoyment.