Riot Recordings

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Riot (acronym of Revolutionary Idea On Time)
is a young and independent electronic music label founded and managed by F.Fava.
The musical style of the releases is mainly techno based on quality sounds involving rhythms and soft material intending for listening rather than dancing.
Riot recordings also as a strong and significant visual component with
a focus on each cover artwork and promotional tools that follows the
dynamism and fluidity of music offered by the Label.

SC: https://soundcloud.com/riot-recordings
RA: http://www.residentadvisor.net/record-label.aspx?id=11226
YT: https://www.youtube.com/user/RiotRecordingLabel
TW: https://twitter.com/RiotRec



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28th August 2020 sees the established Rome-based techno label Riot Recordings launch sister label, RXC, with a monstrous 2-track ‘Solid’ / ‘Liquid’ EP by its prolific head honcho, Frankyeffe.

Despite this year’s unprecedented circumstances, the hard-working Italian producer, DJ and label owner has remained incredibly focused on perfecting his craft and delivering some of the world’s finest techno music.

This year alone has seen the talented Italian serve up releases on prominent labels such as Suara, Senso Sounds, JAM, Misfit Music plus his very own Riot Recordings which now boasts a sister label, RXC, courtesy of Frankyeffe’s latest offering.

‘Solid’ kicks the EP off delivering a no-nonsense techno workout featuring a pounding 4/4 beat, a squelchy acid line and an abundance of atmospheric textures. ‘Liquid’ is next up and concludes the release by continuing the musical mayhem by comprising of a huge distorted kick drum complemented by razor-sharp hi-hats and rolling percussion set to an array of chilling sound effects - this release certainly isn’t for the faint hearted!

Riot Recordings

RXC001 - Frankyeffe - L ..

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Added on: 28.08.2020

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28th August 2020 sees the established Rome-based techno label Riot Recordings launch sister label, RXC, with a monstrous 2-track ‘Solid’ / ‘Liquid’ EP by its prolific head honcho, Frankyeffe.

Despite this year’s unprecedented circumstances, the hard-working Italian producer, DJ and label owner has remained incredibly focused on perfecting his craft and delivering some of the world’s finest techno music.

This year alone has seen the talented Italian serve up releases on prominent labels such as Suara, Senso Sounds, JAM, Misfit Music plus his very own Riot Recordings which now boasts a sister label, RXC, courtesy of Frankyeffe’s latest offering.

‘Solid’ kicks the EP off delivering a no-nonsense techno workout featuring a pounding 4/4 beat, a squelchy acid line and an abundance of atmospheric textures. ‘Liquid’ is next up and concludes the release by continuing the musical mayhem by comprising of a huge distorted kick drum complemented by razor-sharp hi-hats and rolling percussion set to an array of chilling sound effects - this release certainly isn’t for the faint hearted!

Riot Recordings

RXC001 - Frankyeffe - S ..

(02:30 mins)

Added on: 28.08.2020

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Rising Rome-based DJ and label owner Frankyeffe goes head to head with veteran German DJ/producer Oliver Lieb to remix his 1995 trance classic, ‘Oasis’. The track, which was originally released under Lieb’s previous alias Paragliders, has been reimagined on ‘Oasis 2020’ through two separate remixes and will be released via the Italian DJ’s own Riot Recordings imprint.

2019 concluded another busy year for Frankyeffe’s prolific Riot Recordings label putting out notable releases from Optimuss, Heerhorst, SHDDR, Teenage Mutants and from the label owner himself to name just a few. As his label’s output continues to flourish, Frankyeffe – who’s featured previously on the likes of We Are The Brave, Filth On Acid, Tronic, Kraftek and Terminal M – looks to start 2020 how he means to go on with yet another stellar release that further cements his footing as a prominent figurehead in the European techno scene.

Marking both Frankyeffe and Oliver Lieb’s maiden collaboration project, ‘Oasis 2020’ sees both artists rework the 25-year-old original track by employing each of their differing styles for equally electrifying results. This essential two-track single release begins with Oliver Lieb instating thicker textures and meatier production providing his original mix with some newfound reinforced drive. On the second track, Frankyeffe responds by warping Lieb’s original mix with a cavernous pulse fitting of his often-demonic style of melodic techno. Retaining the nostalgia of the track’s infectious hook, its retrospective charm is supported beneath the weight of Frankyeffe’s monstrous production.

Riot Recordings

RIOT113 - Oliver Lieb v ..

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Added on: 29.01.2020

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Rising Rome-based DJ and label owner Frankyeffe goes head to head with veteran German DJ/producer Oliver Lieb to remix his 1995 trance classic, ‘Oasis’. The track, which was originally released under Lieb’s previous alias Paragliders, has been reimagined on ‘Oasis 2020’ through two separate remixes and will be released via the Italian DJ’s own Riot Recordings imprint.

2019 concluded another busy year for Frankyeffe’s prolific Riot Recordings label putting out notable releases from Optimuss, Heerhorst, SHDDR, Teenage Mutants and from the label owner himself to name just a few. As his label’s output continues to flourish, Frankyeffe – who’s featured previously on the likes of We Are The Brave, Filth On Acid, Tronic, Kraftek and Terminal M – looks to start 2020 how he means to go on with yet another stellar release that further cements his footing as a prominent figurehead in the European techno scene.

Marking both Frankyeffe and Oliver Lieb’s maiden collaboration project, ‘Oasis 2020’ sees both artists rework the 25-year-old original track by employing each of their differing styles for equally electrifying results. This essential two-track single release begins with Oliver Lieb instating thicker textures and meatier production providing his original mix with some newfound reinforced drive. On the second track, Frankyeffe responds by warping Lieb’s original mix with a cavernous pulse fitting of his often-demonic style of melodic techno. Retaining the nostalgia of the track’s infectious hook, its retrospective charm is supported beneath the weight of Frankyeffe’s monstrous production.

Riot Recordings

RIOT113 - Oliver Lieb v ..

(02:40 mins)

Added on: 29.01.2020

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