Already boasting a firm track record alongside Joris Voorn’s infamous Rejected imprint, Space Ibiza resident and sovereign of the Saved Records legacy Nic Fanciulli dons a vouble-barelled offering to the forward-thinking Tech House stronghold. In the wake of the labels landmark instalment of the Dusty House series from Voorn himself, Fanciulli extends the stamina with two groove-induced numbers tailored perfectly for the season ahead.

While ‘Movin On’ embraces the British producers divine rhythmic persuasion with an assorted array of stern leads, the stiff sample led canvas of ‘Round & Round’ digs deeper into the realms of Fanciuli’s unpretentious knack for cut quality Tech tracks for every possible occasion. ‘Goodbye Fly‘ was always going to be a tough cookie to top, but the British Tech trooper proves well and truly on task to making 2012 his most accomplished year to date.

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Nic Fanciulli – Movin’ On
Nic Fanciulli – Round & Round

Words by Dan Carter

8 Comments to “Release: Nic Fanciulli – Movin On / Round & Round EP [Rejected]”

  • Movin’On is great, Round & Round is not special enough for my taste. It misses something

  • both are good imo. But Movin’On if I have to choose is the best in this EP.

    Good release for Rejected.

    thumbs up for Fanciulli’s

  • Such a huge release!! Movin On is definitely my favorite.

  • You’ve been posting some sick deep and tech lately . BIG LIKE !

  • agree. Why this doesn’t have 100+ likes is beyond me… seen him live several times and he kills it every time!

  • Please keep posting tech house releases!!!

  • Rejected have just been phenomenal this year! Beast of a recordlabel!

    Agree that Movin’ On is the best one, but both are great!

    Keep posting tech/deep house and techno! More from labels like Bedrock, Crosstown Rebels, Saved/Deleted, Hotfingers, Cadenza, 100% Pure etc etc etc….

    I guess you can drop the occasional generic Hard Rock Sofa-track to get more nice grooves in here…

  • both tracks are good. but in this ep i prefer round & round. it has very nice build up and great bassline makes it more like dancefloor track. you just can’t stand still while listening to this. movin on is more suitable for warm up but for peak time i’d pick round & round obviously.

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