New York City-based producer and selector Anthony Naples has announced the release of his new EP, ‘Club Pez’.
It follows the release of his new album ‘Chameleon’.
The compilation, consisting of five tunes, will be his first dance music EP since the release of his two-tracker OTT/ZTL in 2018.
It had been produced prior to New York’s reopening this summer, expressing a ‘state of optimism and excitement for club and dance experiences’.
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On the release, Naples tells us: “Club Pez was originally an inside joke, but grew into an idea for a sort of ideal club or party that I was meant to start over the years, before my residency at Nowadays and I had a regular thing going in NYC.”
“I didn't have any big plans when I made the record, it's sort of just a collection of tracks I made in the period right before clubs in NYC opened in the summer of '21 - but I'd like to think that if Club Pez was a real party, club, or kick-on this would be a nice sampling of the music program throughout the night (into day)”
‘Club Pez’ will be available digitally and on vinyl from November 5, although you can digitally access ‘Pez Anthem’ - a track from the upcoming EP - already via Bandcamp.
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B1. Pez Anthem
B2. Uni Vibes
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Niamh Ingram is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter