A real shock in the trance music? Tribal Temptation

As a result of their great passion for trance music, they have worked so much that they may publish a couple of albums. The single “Back ‘Till Eternity” was released in October on Neurals Records (a Media Records EVO Group), hitting the charts. In 2018, Tribal Temptation (Andrea Simon and Alessandro Scialotti) will release “Lines Of Infinity”. “Well, all our tracks have a common notion in terms of style and atmospheres. They may be included in one album. We like trance, all of it. But, uplifting is in our DNA. We do and we will only focus on uplifting”.

Have you always been fascinated by trance music?
“We have followed its evolution over time and we have always identified with its moods and sounds, first as fans and part of the big trance family and now as artists. Trance is a unique bond for all trance lovers globally, it’s something really special. We simply contribute to this big family”.
How did you start out with Mario Più and found Neurals?
“Mario Piu is a living legend. As a fan, I was very happy and excited to meet him, I was introduced by two good friends, Daniele Vantaggio (aka Seismal D) and Andrea Mazza. We clicked immediately and that’s great for our work as Tribal Temptation”.

In recent years, there’s been a huge explosion of electronic music globally.
“Its influence has also disrupted pop, rock and entertainment in general. Trance always keeps the pace in its current trends, though preserving its own clear identity”.
In Italy, is there a need for more opportunities for electronic music in general?
“Yes, more space for DJs. In Italy, there are many many talents, it would be great to have at least one big annual event, a Trance Day, for all artists, producers and DJs. A sort of big family gathering”.
Starting from your original style, are you thinking of more contamination in the future?
“Sure, there’s an increasing interest for female vocal trance. Harmony and melody quality will be an increasingly determining factor in the trance scene”.
How did you come up with “Back ‘Till Eternity”, the track published by Neurals?
“It’s a snapshot of something that everyone has gone through. it’s when you come to terms with your inner self, and you realize what you have and what you are losing: people, love, friends or life itself, that can be neglect or self-destruction. This is the time you realize you were wrong and feel it’s time to start over again, opening your mind and your heart”.

Info on www.mediarecords.dance and www.tribaltemptation.com

Watt & Jack, nobody can stop them now with “Batti le Mani (Tutta la Vita)”

Watt & Jack are two popular names in the Firstplanet galaxy, now with their viral track “Batti le Mani (Tutta la Vita)”. They started out in 2016 to explore new sounds. They immediately hit it off on new music projects, releasing a number of tracks (“That Love Again”, “Neverland” and “Pressure”). In 2017, they released “Enjoy (La Pasta)” on Firstplanet. Walter “Watt” Mangione and Gabriele “Jack” Pastori described the creative process of the track “Batti le Mani (Tutta la Vita)”.

“Clap you hands, snap your fingers”, this is the phrase we had in mind. “We discussed it with Gianfranco Bortolotti, and he immediately supported our idea. For the production, we selected psy tracks in line with the latest European trends. We are a sort of studio nerds, as we obsessively start working on new ideas as soon as we complete tracks”.
Watt & Jack are now focusing on single tracks and, in the future, they will surely release an album with new tracks.
“It all started out very easily. We sent a demo of one of our tracks, ‘La Pasta’. We knew that Gianfranco Bortolotti was back with Media Records, a great label that had a major role over the years. This was also very close to our music style”.

Watt & Jack like EDM music and everything surrounding it, such as big festivals. They are not so much focussing on genres, they are set to create their own sound: “We do this as we want to make a difference, to be original and stand out with our own identity. We work on quality productions and we are set to be successful as DJs and producers in international events. Our sound will become more diversified, resulting into difference styles and inspirations. But we are always looking at energetic festivals. Now are working on psy trance, one of the latest trends in the track-lists of many European DJs”.