Hypnotized by beatmaking since his teenager days, Dario Casillo aka Daddario has armed for years with MPC and Moog: the best weapons to create his huge amount of instrumental tracks, finally collected in his self-titled debut out on Museek Record Label the 21st of May.
“Daddario” is a beat tape made of many short tracks where funk, soul, jazz, short whispers of dubstep, sudden oriental echoes and hip hop beats are mixed together into a delightful, bouncy and elegant chill out magma.
An old school attitude, enriched by touches of latin vibes and cool synth, permeates this sounds where Stones Throw's flows, Nitin Sawney eastern vibes, Flying Lotus enchantments and Dj Premier smooth desserts dance together creating a very Ninetees sound properly landed in our second millennium.
As part of Museek label conceptual project, the collaboration with the d406-fedeli alla linea Gallery and its artists selection - started in 2015 with the cover for Waxlife Ep by CT - goes on. This time the artwork is by Francesco Barbieri:
formerly a graffiti writer, he is an impressive talent, still inspired by those urban contexts he has been exploring for years.
released May 21, 2016
Written, produced & mastered by
Dario Casillo aka Daddario
on track 10 bass by Nicolas Gharbi, sarangi by Lo.renzo
on track 12 bass by Stefano Bonfanti
on track 15 bass by Giovanni "Groova" Scarabelli
Artwork by Francesco Barbieri — francescobarbieri.eu
x d406 Arte Contemporanea — d406.it
"War Zone" (mixed media on canvas, 70x100 cm, 2015)
Executive Production by Alberto Bello x Museek Record Label
Thanks to Baltimore Studio,
Remote Neighbourhood #MusicMarket2016