Odi et Amo explore the deeper realms with the 'Pythia & Delphi' EP

Melodic Techno

Odi et Amo explore the deeper realms with the 'Pythia & Delphi' EP

The Soundpersecond imprint line themselves up for a flurry of releases over the winter months, the first coming from the Italian duo - Odi et Amo, named in reference to an oxymoron present in a poem by Catullus. Their release 'Delphi' EP is drenched in a gothic atmosphere, featuring two track that explore the deeper realms in a theatrical fashion. Hailing from the Italian city of Venice, where lovers hide behind their carnival masks and appear menacing rather than soothing, the duo of producers are making their debut with a double header of introspective tracks that really deserve to be given proper attention. "Delphi" is a . The track is constructed around a deep harmonic build and the incessant cry of a child used as a vocal pad, that inject the track with a magic brew capable of turning your head in a disarray. "Pythia" is even darker, fully locked and loaded into bass kick and percussion swing overlaid on a melody built on a harp phrase that brings up memories of new agey atmospheres. Tracklist_ 1. Delphi 2. Pythia Release Date: 16th November 2015.

The Soundpersecond imprint line themselves up for a flurry of releases over the winter months, the first coming from the Italian duo - Odi et Amo, named in reference to an oxymoron present in a poem by Catullus. Their release 'Delphi' EP is drenched in a gothic atmosphere, featuring two track that explore the deeper realms in a theatrical fashion. Hailing from the Italian city of Venice, where lovers hide behind their carnival masks and appear menacing rather than soothing, the duo of producers are making their debut with a double header of introspective tracks that really deserve to be given proper attention. "Delphi" is a . The track is constructed around a deep harmonic build and the incessant cry of a child used as a vocal pad, that inject the track with a magic brew capable of turning your head in a disarray. "Pythia" is even darker, fully locked and loaded into bass kick and percussion swing overlaid on a melody built on a harp phrase that brings up memories of new agey atmospheres. Tracklist_ 1. Delphi 2. Pythia Release Date: 16th November 2015.