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Premiere: Minimono 'Pandora Peaks'

Italians do it better...


Bosconi founders Fabia Della Torre and Ennio Colaci are soon to release a new track under their Minimono alias. Coming off the back of a string of expertly-received releases for the likes of John Dimas’ Elephant Moon and Jorge Caiado & Chez Damier’s Inner Balance, the duo continue their purple patch here courtesy of the exceptional ‘Pandora Peaks’. 

Reprising their highly successful five year anniversary release, ‘Bosconi Stallions Volume II’ features some of the label’s most celebrated names, from A Guy Called Gerald to Nas1 and Riccio to Rufus, but it's the Minimono cut that's really doing the business for us here. ‘Pandora Peaks’ goes from a creeping, syncopated bass through an ethereal synth landscape and onto a soaring, arpeggiated peak. Calling to mind another Italian legend, Giorgio Moroder, this one is a a groovy, synth-led track that’s sure to go down a treat wherever it’s played. 

You can listen to Minimono’s ‘Pandora Peaks’ below and be sure to watch out for the release when it drops March on the Bosconi imprint.