Julie Marghilano's journey to success has seen her travel all over the world. From being born in Las Vegas she then moved to Italy, then later the UK before finally ending up in Berlin. All musical hotspots and ones that that have influenced and guided her through her career.
She's released on labels such as Re<<<Wind, Tenax and Hypertone and these have included stellar collaborations with Neverdogs, Butch and Miss Jools. Her label, Sol Asylum is also responsible for some wicked releases, with Dana Ruh and Dilated Pupils both taking the reigns over the last few years.
The next record to drop on the label is Marghilano's 'Innerspace' EP and as well as three wildly-intergalactic original cuts, there's an amazing reshape from the king Fred P, luckily we've got the premiere.
Fred P is an absolute don. He's the epitome of smooth, soulful house and the New York regular has been stunning and seducing with his music for more than two decades. His recent Lab LDN performance sums up exactly what he's about. It's an instant classic.
His reshape of 'Cosmic Karma' is space-age roller and one that has the power to transport you to the stars. Soft kicks, meandering synths and serene melodies soothe from the first beat and if you listen to this on headphones, you're in for a fucking treat.
The 'Innerspace' EP will be released soon via Sol Asylum
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