Alex Rubino and Francis Arbeit published Bump on BQuiet Records

 
BOLOGNA, Italy - Oct. 31, 2015 - PRLog -- Dear editor,
we are pleased to announce "Bump": the first official release came out from the collaboration of Francis Arbeit and Alex Rubino. Having released respectively, on the same label, "Touch Off That Place" and "Manu Manu feat Agricantus", the two joined forces, creating a piece techno club-oriented, high-impact, good to warm the dancefloor.

For Alex Rubino, the current resident of the Bergamo's Club called Bolgia, is his fifth production for the independent label Milane BQuiet Records and now, thanks to a major experience alongside the biggest producer in Europe, is ready to start this new music project.

Direct contact with the likes of Chris Liebing, Joseph Capriati, Len Faki, Maceo Plex, Adam Beyer, Matador and Dixon, the catapult into the "Techno matters" that allows you to turn the europe and sail the best stages in circulation. The next step is the production by putting together everything he has learned, in fact, from 2015 collaborates with bquiet Records, releasing far less than 5 tracks including Bump. Francis instead he is a DJ and producer, but of German descent, and has long since decided to move to Italy, precisely in Milan to attend the local techno of the region from which to take inspiration. Having honed the techniques of mixing and mastering, Francis can finally produce solo also taking a cue from the electronic dance funk and feelings during his travels around Europe including Berlin, London and Ibiza.

The track, called Bump, will be available officially on Oct. 14, 2015 on Beatport and all other online store.

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