French producer Idem Nevi is back on his new Requested Soul imprint with Tangerine EP featuring three entrancing techno cuts.
Idem Nevi is a self-taught producer from Toulouse, South of France, who creates expansive, melancholic techno peppered with heavy beats and deep melodies. Idem’s catalogue of work, which includes an EP and album on Wyld Records in addition to his ‘Athena’ EP on his newly launched Requested Soul imprint, has garnered a vast amount of support from names such as Laurent Garnier, Richie Hawtin, Charlotte de Witte, 747, Marcel Fengler, Sasha, Kmyle, Regal, Boxia, Maceo Plex, Joseph Capriati, Slam, Regal, Paco Osuna and many more. For his second release on the label, Idem Nevi releases three effervescent tracks including a collaboration with one of his best friends Bay Of Fires, who has releases on labels like Oleeva Records, Nie Wieder Schlafen, Iconyc, and more recently Shagara Records.
The lead track ‘Tangerine’ featuring Bay Of Fires combines epic synths, heavy kicks and huge pads to create a dark charming ambiance, inviting you to dive into a trippy dance floor journey. ‘Easel’ follows up with a combination of energy & delicacy, creating an evolving voyage between resounding beats, wide leads and a driving melody before ‘Molly’ lays down revolving modulations, uplifting atmospheres and sludgy 303s that flutter underneath the irresistible groove harmoniously.
Listen to the exclusive premiere of ‘Easel’ from the Tangerine EP by Idem Nevi below:
More About Requested Soul Records
Requested Soul is a techno independent label founded by Idem Nevi and Hallsax pushing the boundaries of what is accepted as the norm by releasing authentic music.
Oscillating between powerful & melancholic, the sound of Requested Soul invites you to dive deep into a general mesmerizing vibe through different shades of techno.
Teaming up with Carl Craig’s sound engineer Christophe and Victor from Les Studios du Frigo, Requested Soul aim to deliver the best audio quality possible for the listeners.
Tangerine feat. Bay of Fires