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Editor USM

Broken Promises

3.5/5.0

Just This is a Milan based label collective.  Just This is the expression of a social, metropolitan and underground movement we are living and going through all together.

Our mission is to give room and importance to Art and Music which are still evolving day by day. Just This is aimed to frame these changes, which are going to be the picture of today and the future memory of the cultural movement of this age, throughout a series of messages, images and sensation drawn inside the audience.

Broken Promises

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Just This - Broken Promises
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Fri 22 Jul 2016
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Just This is a Milan based label collective.  Just This is the expression of a social, metropolitan and underground movement we are living and going through all together.

Our mission is to give room and importance to Art and Music which are still evolving day by day. Just This is aimed to frame these changes, which are going to be the picture of today and the future memory of the cultural movement of this age, throughout a series of messages, images and sensation drawn inside the audience.

Furthermore, thanks to the energy, the happiness and the magic charm of our parties and events, talented and unique artists, from all over the world, use their way to interpret music to communicate people the real core of this change:  the future is changing...

Just This’ first Various Artists aims to the research of a mix of sounds by producers from different countries, to a journey into a variegated world. Melancholic vibes, deep ambient atmospheres.

The EP is composed by three tracks. The first one, Perù, is a fine production born from the collaboration between Tom Trago and Pisetzky, a blowing wind from overseas, a shiny path into a flashing jungle, a merge of their different styles that combine in a magic theme. Mondo8 by Eduardo De La Calle is a constant beat that hits straight to the point with an hypnotic melody and raw vibe.

To wrap things up Kelpe expressed his own unique unclassified genre with Dry Riser, it grabs you into an unspringy flow bringing the listener to a vintage ambient atmospheres.