Sharam celebrates the third installment of his ‘Collecti’ Trilogy with exclusive mix

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DC underground stalwart, Sharam, is gearing up for the release of his album in a few days, but he is still riding high after the release of the third part of his Collecti project. Consisting of five tracks, Collecti Pt. 3 demonstrates a wide array of the producer’s various sounds and styles.

To serve as the bridge between this release and the upcoming album, Sharam has lent his hand to crafting an hour-long, exclusive mix for Dancing Astronaut. Blending his latest releases like “Dubbi” and “Napoli” with highlighted tracks from his peers like DJ Dep and Chance Caspian, the techno maven sustains a constant energy and groove while balancing light and dark tones in an innovative stimulating fashion.

Tracklist:
Sharam – Dubbi
Sharam – Techi (Renier Zonneveld Remix)
Rudosa – Eyes On You
DJ Dep – That’s Right
Third Son – Sanguine
Sharam – Napoli
Sharam – Texi
Chance Caspian – ID
Stephan Bodzin – Powers of Ten (Maceo Plex & Shall Ocin Remix)
Sharam – Spaci

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Earlier this Summer Sharam announced that his four-part Collecti project was to return to his roots, drawing on “the darker realms of techno.” Keeping his word on part one, Sharam now presents the first offering off Collecti’s second part.

Leading the forthcoming four-piece mix is “Melodi,” a brooding euphoric cut, swelling in its vastly different juxtaposed production styles, bouncing between stripped back rises and falling in its bass-ridden breakdowns.

Part two of Collecti is out August 18 on Yoshitoshi with parts three and four out in September and October respectively.

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