Cin Cin Celebrates 1 Year, Set to drop Split 12″

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Label releases Fort Romeau’s “Korgs” 1st.

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Andre G | November 4, 2016

Cin Cin Records has seen a full revolution. Founded last October by Fort Romeau, AKA Michael Greene and Warm’s Ali Tillett, the burgeoning dance label has released four projects so far from its steadily increasing stable of artists. They’re doubling down on the landmark numbers with their fifth release Cin Cin 005, a split 12” with music from co-founder Romeau and Bezier.

The first single released from the project is “Korgs,” a pulsing electro-house fusion. Romeau rides a wave of classic synth grooves on “Korgs,” bolstering the mysterious melodies with clattering drums at it’s busiest points. The sounds converge well with each other, emitting a surging-yet-suave energy tailor made for the dance floor. Romeau has one more song on the project, and Bezier has two as well.

The project is coming out next week in digital format, while the official vinyls will be dropped on December 2nd. You can pre-order here. “Korgs” can be streamed below.

 

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