Some Chit Chat About Chiuso
Posted on March 3, 2011
Chopping the living hell out of the uniquely catchy hook that paved the way for the original to become one of the biggest underground tracks of the winter, Chocolate Puma have created a pounding, glitchy remix that simply demands to be danced to.
Defected newcomer Gianni Morino then steps up with two remixes of broken beats, hooks and horns that turn the original on its head to awesomely danceable effect.
“To me this remix package is the legendary meets the new!” says one half of Nouveau Yorican Ladback Luke of the new mixes. “And I’m in the middle of the circle. Chocolate Puma are my mentors, and the funny thing is Gianni is a student of mine. Both have delivered amazing remixes and I’m proud and happy we could make this work. Much respect to my grandmasters Zki & Dobre and keep an eye on Gianni Marino as I tip him as
an Afrojack 2.0”
Hailing from Amsterdam, 21 year old Gianni Marino is one of the up and coming yun ones churning out baltimore house inspired bangers. As a true fan of martial art movies the idea of mashing styles and techniques into one to enter into battle comes natural to him, and so mixmashing musical styles has become his signature sound. He joins fellow Dutch producers Chocolate Puma – who will require no introduction to house music fans – to complete the remix package in fine style.
“The Chiuso package is absolutely stellar!” enthuses Luke’s studio partner Gina Turner. ” To me, the Chocolate Puma remix is big room stadium tech house at its finest…and the Gianni Marino is the new school take on the dutch house underground sound! Loving both as I feel they are chamealeon remixes and could work in many different types of sets.”
Defected and Chocolate Puma fans alike will remember that the duo’s last record ‘Tonco Tone’ was one of the biggest underground tracks of 2010, hanging around the Beatport Top 10 for several weeks. Sleep on this remix at your peril…
Chuiso (Part 2) is out 9th March - click to listen & pre-order