Mix : FA>IE Podcast Series 036 – Primărie

“It is pretty hard to tag Primărie’s house & techno sound given his abilities to translate various influences, from his romanian roots to his years as a berliner. It’s even harder to describe in words the positive vibe flooding the crowd at any of Primărie’s gigs. Playing delicious marathons at Bucharest’s infamous afterparties. Presenting his groovy sound of house & techno in packed clubs hidden somewhere on Netherland’s hidden canals. Inducing smiles on Berlin’s undergound dancefloors. Or just making the crowd sweat its brains off in London! Primărie’s sound is pretty hard to label yet powerful enough to make a statement on its own.
Constantly searching for the perfect groove, Primărie managed to capture the hype around the romanian electronic wave into his own label: Tzinah Records. No artistic bullshit, no experiments: just tunes covering a huge teritorry between deep house and tech house, designed for the most pretentious dancefloors! Tzinah Records drew the big names attention from its first releases (Raresh, Livio & Roby or tINI ring a bell for you? :D);
And yeah, a good A&R makes not just an exciting dj but a better producer too. With a pretty cool list of remixes and V.A. appearances, Primărie is now morphing his energy into his own sounds, expected to be released anytime soon;
A founding member of Tzinah Family booking agency, Primărie will continue to gather electronic influences from as far as Lima, Peru to the Black Sea shores and present these in his truly mesmerizing sets for the single reason he’s playing music: to make people dance!”



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