Enzo Elia's Gilli 88 EP is a tribute to the '80s Italian phenomenon, the Paninaro. Enzo found the Paninaro's fashion imagery and luxurious clothing translatable to today's social network dynamics and prime for the retro-futuristic dancefloors of today that are inspired by the golden days of Italo-disco. "Low Red" is an Italo-pop gem conceived with Quique Aldebaran and with Quique on vocals, taking inspiration from Suicide. "Aj Squinza" takes a classic '80s disco approach with sound-scaping synths that endlessly jam. "Volpinata" succumbs to a classic EBM groove that finds it's way out-of-focus due to fat synth melodies that engorge this elevating track.
Enzo Elia's Gilli 88 EP is a tribute to the '80s Italian phenomenon, the Paninaro. Enzo found the Paninaro's fashion imagery and luxurious clothing translatable to today's social network dynamics and prime for the retro-futuristic dancefloors of today that are inspired by the golden days of Italo-disco. "Low Red" is an Italo-pop gem conceived with Quique Aldebaran and with Quique on vocals, taking inspiration from Suicide. "Aj Squinza" takes a classic '80s disco approach with sound-scaping synths that endlessly jam. "Volpinata" succumbs to a classic EBM groove that finds it's way out-of-focus due to fat synth melodies that engorge this elevating track.
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Gilli 88 (Ep)
Artist: Enzo Elia
Format: Vinyl
New: Not Currently Available
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DISC: 1

1. Enzo Elia ; Aldebaran - Low Red (Feat. Quique)
2. Enzo Elia ; Aldebaran - Low Red (Instrumental)
3. Enzo Elia - Aj Squinza
4. Enzo Elia - Volpinata

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Enzo Elia's Gilli 88 EP is a tribute to the '80s Italian phenomenon, the Paninaro. Enzo found the Paninaro's fashion imagery and luxurious clothing translatable to today's social network dynamics and prime for the retro-futuristic dancefloors of today that are inspired by the golden days of Italo-disco. "Low Red" is an Italo-pop gem conceived with Quique Aldebaran and with Quique on vocals, taking inspiration from Suicide. "Aj Squinza" takes a classic '80s disco approach with sound-scaping synths that endlessly jam. "Volpinata" succumbs to a classic EBM groove that finds it's way out-of-focus due to fat synth melodies that engorge this elevating track.