Sisko Electrofanatik collaborates with Gabry Ponte to launch a new club label: Pentaphonia.
Pentaphonia, the new Gabry Ponte’s club label, launches with a rework of B.B.E’s anthemic “Seven Days and One Week” which is a classic track from 1996 that became a global hit and an Ibiza anthem. The euphoric original was produced by Emmanuel Top and it’s been reworked into modern-day slamming techno by Sisko Electrofanatik and Gabry Ponte.
Based in the Italian city of Rome, Sisko Electrofanatik is a skilled producer and DJ who is known for his pounding percussion and electrifying synth lines. He has released tracks on genre defining record labels such as Alan Fitzpatrick’s We Are The Brave, Monika Kruse’s Terminal M and Spartaque’s Codex Recordings.
Gabry Ponte is a grammy-nominated and multi-platinum DJ producer based in Milan. He has released music on labels ranging from Spinnin’ Records to Ministry of Sound and his band from the ’90s, Eiffel 65, were behind the pop hit ‘Blue (da ba dee)’. Nowadays he counts averages of over 15 million monthly plays on Spotify. He has been a DJ for over 2 decades and in 2014 was voted No.61 in DJ Mag’s Top 100 Chart as well as being scheduled to debut at Tomorrowland this year.
This is his first time collaborating on underground techno with Sisko Electrofanatik and it’s a dark and brooding track full of intensity.
“Seven Days and One Week” is the solo track on the release and it opens with a thundering kick drum and pulsating acid bassline overlaid by rattling high-end percussion. Its fast-paced rhythms provide a framework for the iconic synth chords that add uplifting contrast to the otherwise dark atmosphere.
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