The wait is over! Ferrari’s highly anticipated new EP, Subacqueo, is set to be released on Rollover Milano very soon. This four-track EP dives deep into the dark and murky waters of house music, with a heavy emphasis on basslines and beats that will keep you moving all night long. In this exclusive interview, Ferrari takes us track by track through the making of Subacqueo.
Ferrari – Subacqueo.
Before we head to the track by track talk, let’s take a deeper dive into his new EP. Ferrari is making a full-throttle return on Rollover Milano Records with a powerful blend of Balearic and rave vibes! The A side is mesmerizing, showcasing the hypnotic ‘Deep Blue, Green Eyes’ alongside a revved-up remix by Bell Towers (Public Possession). Get yourself ready to turn up that dance floor heat on the B Side, guaranteed to make you sweat with ‘Subacqueo’ and ‘Morning Routine’, a pair of irresistibly groovy piano house tracks. Don’t miss out on this one; it’s time to get your party started! Now let’s talk to the man himself to see what went on behind every track.
Deep Blue, Green Eyes.
This was actually the last track I made for the EP. It took me less than 2 hours from start to finish. I found that bass loop in the deep abyss of my samples then I wrote everything along. It’s the first ‘ambient’ infused track I have released in my career, so I’m really looking forward for the reactions.
Subacqueo (Bell Towers Remix).
Bell Towers worked on the remix of the title track, but I am really excited about the Balearic mood he set up. The piano is just amazing.
Subacqueo is the name of a pre-set that I made in one of the VST I used to make it. It’s strongly influenced by a set I listened to from Laurine & Cecilio, two of my favorite DJs. I worked a lot to pump every sound, so it Took me at least 10 days to finish. The bass is my favorite instrument of the track.
It’s the oldest song on the EP. I made it during the first lockdown of the pandemic, so early 2020 (happy 3rd birthday to you). The piano is the iconic M1 piano, while the bassline is entirely made with ACE, my all-time favorite VST (love you). There is another track called ‘Sunrise Routine’ that is quite similar but with a different proggy vibe. Maybe I’ll release it one day.
Who is Ferrari exactly?
For anyone who is interested and does not know who Ferrari is. Andrea Ferrari is an amazing artist: born and raised in the suburbs of Milan, he started his incredible journey by playing drums in post-punk bands at a young age. Not content with one passion, he also pursued a career as a DJ and producer, which has taken him to big labels, playing sensational sets all over Italy and Europe. His project is the embodiment of all his influences, the distinct flavor of space rock and ethnic music fused with house and cosmic disco make up the spectacular sound of Ferrari. This amazing package is sure to enthrall any audience!
Our final words.
We’d like to thank Ferrari for taking the time out of his busy schedule to share with us an exclusive look into Subacqueo and what went on behind every track. With this EP, he has truly captured a powerful blend of Balearic and rave vibes that will keep any audience enthralled! We can’t wait to hear more from him in the future as we hope you have enjoyed learning about this incredible artist. Be sure to check out Ferrari’s new EP, Subacqueo when it is released on Rollover Milano very soon; you won’t want to miss out on this one!
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