Techno maestro Alan Fitzpatrick heads to Factory 93 Records with two new tracks perfect for summer ravings on Louder / Singing.


Alan Fitzpatrick is a force to be reckoned with in the techno scene. Over the years, he has won over fans around the world with his hard-hitting rave-fueled releases and performances that leave anyone catching them breathless and dripping with sweat. In 2021 the we are brave the label boss used his talents to Anjunadeep with another superb album Machine therapyand it has since delivered a flurry of releases in 2022, including the Phantom and Learn to To like EP.

Now, just weeks after the release of his latest track”CORIS IS A DECAY», Alan Fitzpatrick uses his talents to Factory 93 Records with two new tracks on Louder / Singing. Drawing inspiration from early rave culture and bursting with energetic basslines, these two tracks are perfect for playing when the summer sun hits you from the sky as you lose your mind on the dance floor.

Strongeropens with thumping drums to start your engines as hats act as the green light to the frenzy that’s about to ensue. This gives way to piano notes for a brief moment to breathe as backing breakbeats carry the energy to vocals and rave hits that will leave listeners wondering if they’ve been transported to a warehouse at the end. from the 90s.

singingbegins in a similar vein to “Stronger” with booming drums and hi-hats taking center stage, while the vocal sample adds soothing contrast to the intro. A trance-like synth tease arrives to add an extra dimension to this catchy techno tune as it envelops your mind and forces your feet to move with it. You’ll find yourself coming back to this one over and over again if you need a boost of energy to get you through the day.

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