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Monday, January 3, 2011

SF's Frite Nite Label Is Dropping Free 'Trax' From Ango, Salva, and More

Posted By on Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 3:38 PM

click to enlarge Montreal's Ango
  • Montreal's Ango

The local Frite Nite label has been on the rise in the electronic world over the

last few years thanks to solid releases from the likes of B. Bravo, Epcot,

and NastyNasty. Last month, the label has launched its Frite Night Trax

series, offering free downloads from up-and-coming producers worthy of your eartime.

The most recent installment comes courtesy of Ango, who delivers a tropical

jam titled "Part Time." The Montreal producer wrangles a booming kick, lo-fi

snare, cowbells, maracas, and a woozy synthline into a dance track with heavy

latin-american influence. Starting slow, the track takes its time opening

up, but when it gets going, all the different sounds coalesce into something


Also included is the remix from label boss Salva, who takes a spookier, more

atmospheric approach to the track, but matches the original in quality. Frite

Nite Trax #3, and the previous two releases, are all available via Frite

Nite's site.


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