Arts label boss Emmanuel will release the first full length album on the Arts imprint that’s been on a roll in 2017 so far with strong releases by Jeff Rushin, Denise Rabe and Fabrizio Lapiana.
Emmanuel’s ‘Rave Culture’ is an unforgiving record that pushes the boundaries of techno to its outer limits and marks the first full length album release on Arts. According to the press release the ten cuts on the album are ‘committed to fill a space in the rave scene that no one else has done in terms of power, experimentation, work of soul and most of all showing respect for the old-school way of doing things.’
‘Emmanuel directs the listener to unknown territory keeping them very concentrated on a rave scenario,but also giving them different reasons to think, act and explode – all with the right balance. Deadly floor massacre weapons and well crafted heavy bass works elevate to a modern way of thinking as well as challenging the dancer to think forward and get inspired.’
‘Rave Culture’ is out on September 25 through Arts.