New York's Layton Giordani debuts 'Never Forgotten' EP on the illustrious I

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New York's Layton Giordani debuts 'Never Forgotten' EP on the illustrious I

New York’s Layton Giordani make his debut on dance music’s seminal imprint Intec with his brand new EP ‘Never Forgotten.

Kicking off proceedings is the title track, ‘Never Forgotten,’ is a sharp blistering release, with a tribal touch, melodious cuts fuelled by bubbling synth melodies and crunchy digital drums.

While the captivating ‘Someone’ explores the more stripped-back territories with shuffling percussion, ghostly synth lines and mind-bending brass textures.

In essence it's a stonking debut release, from the newcomer to the Intec label and yet another indicator of Layton Giordani’s undoubted production talents.

22 year old Giordani has steadily been making a name for himself on the New York techno scene, cutting his teeth across the city at clubs like Pacha, Cielo, and Sullivan Room.

2014 saw him step into the international platform with his first big release, ‘Careless Suggestions’ on Phobiq Records. The track held the Top 100 Techno Beatport chart for over 5 months straight and picked up massive support from the likes of Joseph Capriati & Pan Pot, including plays from heavyweights like Deadmau5, who dropped it at Ultra Music Festival and Carl Cox himself, who played it at EDC New York and who then went on to feature the track on his Global Radio Show.
Giordani’s international recognition has also seen him play alongside the likes of Adam Beyer, Len Faki, Paul Ritch, Monika Kruse, Tony Rohr, Drumcell, and Gregor Tresher.

Tracklist;

1. Never Forgotten
2. Someone

‘Never Forgotten’ is another essential offering from Intec, out on 9th March 2015.