Adriatique & Undercatt new ‘Horizon’ EP on X Recordings

Horizon is a beautiful two-piece album by Adriatique and Undercatt. It’s full of the mysterious dark techno sounds that have made Adriatique famous.

The title track of the EP is a mysterious 6-minute journey through transcendent builds and swirling tunes.

Its companion track, “Vera,” adds galactic deep-tech tones to the mix. Horizon is the second release from Adriatique’s brand-new X Recordings.

It’s a wonderful journey into the outer layers of their otherworldly soundscapes.

Adriatique & Undercatt - Horizon

Who is Adriatique? From Afterlife to their own labels

Adrian Shala and Adrian Schweizer, two artists from Zürich, have made a name for themselves with their innovative sound and art.

Adriatique has been known for over ten years for its mesmerizing releases on Afterlife, Rose Avenue, and Diynamic. They also remixed Swedish House Mafia and Elderbook.

Adriatique’s first record label, Siamese, opened in 2016, and their first album, Nude, came out in 2018.

Miracle‘ with WhoMadeWho (which also got an official remix from RÜFÜS DU SOL) and ‘With You’ with Gordo took Adriatique to new heights last year.

They then released ‘The Future Is Unknown‘ as the first song from their new label, X Recordings. Horizon comes out before Adriatique’s upcoming shows at Ultra and Coachella in the US.

Adriatique 2024 By Lars Borges
Adriatique 2024 By Lars Borges


As Undercatt, Elia Crecchi has become one of the most interesting sounds in electronic music.

As a local DJ at first, Undercatt used his residency to get his business off the ground. His sound includes both melodic electronica and atmospheric techno.

He has led to releases on labels like Solomun’s Diynamic, Atlant, and Notturna. He has also played at some of the best clubs in the world, such as Ibiza’s DC-10, Paris’s Rex Club, and Barcelona’s Input.

Horizon is Undercatt’s first release on X Recordings. It comes after his recent song “We Are Your Friends,” which was chosen by Pete Tong as an “essential new tune.”