Andrea Oliva - Scream E

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Andrea Oliva – Scream EP

Andrea Oliva has dropped into Knee Deep In Sound for a two track 'Scream' EP and this has been dominating the circuit...

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Once in a while you find there is a number of records which just continue to dominate the scene, becoming firm favourites with many DJs on the scene. And recently one of those tracks has been produced by Andrea Oliva, the man behind the ANTS brand. He has dropped a two track ‘Scream‘ EP on Knee Deep In Sound

Andrea Oliva has become a real Household name (for those who prefer the underground genres) over the last few years with his involvement with the ANTS brand. The party has become a major part of the Ibiza calendar, as well as the worldwide clubbing circuit. This has led to an influx in the popularity of the artist (not to mention his quality) and he is now continuing to build on this growing reputation, with tracks such as ‘Scream’ and ‘Voices’, the two tracks which feature on the EP.

Scream‘ is the first track to feature and this is the one which has become a dominant force on the underground scene. It isn’t hard to see why. The track is one of those the crowd love, with a major build up allowing the energy to mount, and a drop which will send the groove beams out into the club. Wow. The deep tech-y bass line rumbles through the track while the vocal continues to add that extra edge. Then when it reaches it’s top point, the track really involves the crowd and they are certain to react to the drop. Groovy and infectious, Andrea Oliva has produced a big one with ‘Scream’.

Following on from this is ‘Voices‘, the second track and it goes a little more along the lines of the drums, deeper synths which provide the framework, and a hard beat to keep the energy flowing. The distorted vocal comes in along side an almost siren like sound to really allow the energy to flow through the track, as the tension increases. This is sure to be a big one for the crowds, as they feel the tension, the atmosphere building, and then the drop hits, with the synths coming through before the drums take over. It’s a solid tune once more.

You can download the ‘Scream’ EP here.

Scream.

Once in a while you find there is a number of records which just continue to dominate the scene, becoming firm favourites with many DJs on the scene. And recently one of those tracks has been produced by Andrea Oliva, the man behind the ANTS brand. He has dropped a two track ‘Scream‘ EP on Knee Deep In Sound

Andrea Oliva has become a real Household name (for those who prefer the underground genres) over the last few years with his involvement with the ANTS brand. The party has become a major part of the Ibiza calendar, as well as the worldwide clubbing circuit. This has led to an influx in the popularity of the artist (not to mention his quality) and he is now continuing to build on this growing reputation, with tracks such as ‘Scream’ and ‘Voices’, the two tracks which feature on the EP.

Scream.

Scream‘ is the first track to feature and this is the one which has become a dominant force on the underground scene. It isn’t hard to see why. The track is one of those the crowd love, with a major build up allowing the energy to mount, and a drop which will send the groove beams out into the club. Wow. The deep tech-y bass line rumbles through the track while the vocal continues to add that extra edge. Then when it reaches it’s top point, the track really involves the crowd and they are certain to react to the drop. Groovy and infectious, Andrea Oliva has produced a big one with ‘Scream’.

Following on from this is ‘Voices‘, the second track and it goes a little more along the lines of the drums, deeper synths which provide the framework, and a hard beat to keep the energy flowing. The distorted vocal comes in along side an almost siren like sound to really allow the energy to flow through the track, as the tension increases. This is sure to be a big one for the crowds, as they feel the tension, the atmosphere building, and then the drop hits, with the synths coming through before the drums take over. It’s a solid tune once more.

You can download the ‘Scream’ EP here.

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