Anetha teams up with Hadone, Niki Istrefi and Claire Barrow to deliver an emotional fast-paced techno for next Mama Told Ya EP.


Hello, we all know that we couldn't survive without music, specially without techno. That's the main reason why we keep researching in the wide world of avant-garde electronic music. And as usual, today we just found out about a new upcoming release that brings out a pretty awesome stand point for fast and well elaborated techno. 

Years before, we talked in this blog about the hypnotism of techno with Anetha’s second release on Blocaus Series. Already knowing her as a leading figure of the new generation of French DJs inspired by EBM, trance, electro and old school 90’s techno tracks, and that she always tries to offer an intense, energetic and unpredictable journey to her public, with a strong and fresh tracks’ selection, we must give her another space in this website, to announce she is releasing this month an EP in which she demonstrates her dedication and interesting ideas.

So, now, Anetha presents her fresh “Body Changes Are Natural EP” as the second instalment on her label Mama Told Ya, featuring Hadone, Niki Istrefi, herself and UK visual artist Claire Barrow on artwork duties.

(Hadone)
As illustrated in the first record with Sugar and ABSL, Mama Told Ya dives into the idea of collaboration as a creative medium, which aims to challenge artists to strive to produce something new. Anetha appreciates to connect and explore with producers from different corners of the scene to experiment with diversity. Each record features two producers that bring a solo track and a collaboration with her. 

For the second release she invited Copenhagen’s Niki Istrefi who is responsible for the inaugural EP of the iconic Euromantic label. On the other side, Possession’s peer Hadone, also known as half of 90s Process, joins the team for a balanced EP of both emotional and fast-paced rhythms.

(Niki Istrefi)
Review. "Opening the first track with one of Copenhagen’s finest Niki Istrefi, who takes charge with a booming tune named ‘No Ordinary Love’. The track is driven by pummelling kicks and complimented by piercing synths. Up next is ‘One more cartoon, please’, the collaboration between Anetha and Niki. This cut showcases a playful production between tribal elements and an intoxicating melody that perpetrates the signature sound of Mama Told Ya.

On the B-Side we are introduced to French native Hadone, who is crushing sets at clubs all over Europe. His tune with Anetha ‘4pm Snacks’ focuses on hi-NRG kicks at 140bpm with smooth siren-like melodies keeping the madness at a high throughout. 

The final solo track ‘Hiding My Machine’ by Hadone is heavily IDM inspired with a complex drumming progression and soft synths. Makes it a flawless ending to a record with 4 varied stories through the intensity of euphoria."

Stay tuned,  “Body Changes Are Natural” is out May 15th on vinyl and digital formats. Scroll down for full details. 



Overview. Paris-based DJ & producer Anetha returns with “Body Changes Are Natural”, the second release on her fresh label Mama Told Ya featuring Niki Istrefi and Hadone.
As illustrated in the first record, Mama Told Ya dives into the idea of collaboration as a creative medium, which aims to challenge artists to strive to produce something new. Anetha appreciates to connect and explore with producers from different corners of the scene to experiment with diversity. Each project has two different artists with a collaborative track each with Anetha and a track of their own.
For this new chapter, Anetha invited Copenhagen’s rising producer Niki Istrefi who is responsible for the inaugural EP of the iconic Euromantic label. On the other side, Possession resident Hadone, also known as half of 90s Process, joins the team for a balanced EP of both emotional and fast-paced rhythms.
The process for the label’s graphic concept is similar to the music. The artwork for this new EP was produced by the Londonbased visual artist Claire Barrow who made an ethereal and bright coloured painting for the cover. One can see emerging faces morphing into the background, referring back to the natural body changes to embody the vision of Mama Told Ya’s second release.
“Body Changes Are Natural” is a seamless sequel to the first release “Don’t Rush To Grow Up”, showcasing an array of experimentations. Opening the first track with one of Copenhagen’s finest Niki Istrefi, who takes charge with a booming tune named ‘No Ordinary Love’. The track is driven by pummelling kicks and complimented by piercing synths. Up next is ‘One more cartoon, please’, the collaboration between Anetha and Niki. This cut showcases a playful production between tribal elements and an intoxicating melody that perpetrates the signature sound of Mama Told Ya.
On the B-Side we are introduced to French native Hadone, who is crushing sets at clubs all over Europe. His tune with Anetha ‘4pm Snacks’ focuses on hi-NRG kicks at 140bpm with smooth siren-like melodies keeping the madness at a high throughout.
The final solo track ‘Hiding My Machine’ by Hadone is heavily IDM inspired with a complex drumming progression and soft synths. Makes it a flawless ending to a record with 4 varied stories through the intensity of euphoria.
Cover Artwork. 


Artists. Niki Istrefi, Hadone & Anetha
Title. “Body Changes Are Natural”
Format: 12” / Digital
Label: Mama Told Ya
Cat. No: MTY002
Release Date: April 24th, 2020

Tracklist:

A1 / 1. Niki Istrefi - No Ordinary Love
A2 / 2. Niki Istrefi & Anetha - One More Cartoon, Please
B1 / 3. Hadone & Anetha - 4pm Snacks
B2 / 4. Hadone – Hiding My Machine

Label.





Credits



A1 written & produced by Niki Istrefi
A2 written & produced by Niki Istrefi & Anetha
B1 written & produced by Hadone & Anetha
B2 written & produced by Hadone
Artwork by Claire Barrow
Design by Diplomatie Studio
Cat. No. MTY002 – all rights reserved.
℗ & © Mama Told Ya 2020
https://mamatoldya.bandcamp.com/

Anetha Press Pic 3 ┬® Julien Bernard

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