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Cioz - Focus Pocus / Warm Worm

by Cioz

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Get Physical Music prepares to release the 23rd chapter to their ‘Body Language’ album series, with a second taster from album compiler Cioz.

Italian talent Cioz is a well-established DJ and producer who has released on labels like Crosstown Rebels, Monaberry and Get Physical Music, whilst gaining support from Solomun, Super Flu, Einmusik & Andhim. Following the release of his ‘Dancing In The Night’ single on Get Physical, March now sees the multi-faceted artist drop the second taster from his forthcoming ‘Body Language’ album.

The package welcomes two collaborations, one with Berlin based DJ/production duo Boy Oh Boy and the other with Cape Town native Sides. Boy Oh Boy are originally from Germany and France but after emigrating to the southern hemisphere they came to prominence within New Zealand’s underground house scene, hosting their self-titled events and performing at festivals alongside the likes of Steve Bug, Kink and Bontan. Now they are back in Berlin and pushing things forward once again. South Africa’s Sides is a genre bending producer with material on Traum Schalplatten, Songspire Records and
Ambious, whilst gaining notable support from Guy J, Eelke Kleijn, Enamour and D-Nox.

The record opens with the immediately electrifying ‘Focus Pocus’ marrying distorted tones with organic percussion and heavy melodic touches to notable effect. Next up, ‘Warm Worm’ is a more straightforward affair with relentless builds, dubby chords and ethereal pads to bring this most excellent
EP to a finish.


released March 5, 2021


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Cioz Berlin, Germany

An italian producer and DJ class '92 from Bergamo (Italy).
Resident DJ of Bauhaus Party and sounds lover. Cioz has always had a bad relationship with rules. An obsessive desire to reinvent and break everything: ideas, habits and shapes.

His works are supported from great artists like Super Flu, Andhim, Solomun, Einmusik, Bebetta, Atish, and many more…
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