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Bottai returns on DOORN with the ‘Anti Mill EP’ incl. Dumbers

Italian DJ and producer, Bottai, returns on Sander Van Doorn imprint with a 3-track ‘Anti Mill EP’ incl. Dumbers.

Bottai Anti Mill EP DOORNQuality over quantity is what you think when talking about Bottai; he’s not the type of artists with 20 releases a year that nobody remembers after a week. He’s the man behind the iconic sound of ‘Loden’ and, it’s that sound that Bottai has reinterpreted in this ‘Anti Mill EP’.

‘Anti Mill EP’

Composed by 3 tracks, the EP kicks off with ‘Tuxeedo’. The man top bassline reminds a lot the ‘Loden’ vibes but with an injection of freshness. The old concept has seen a rejuvenation for the beginning of 2019. The second track is called ‘Era’ and it features the amazing vocal by LeyeT. Once, again, you can clearly hear Bottai signature sound perfectly mixed with more housy and club elements. Last but not least, ‘Here For Me’ closes the EP. Featuring Nico Larsson vocal the record is in collaboration with the talented Dumbers. More oriented in the chill area, ‘Here For Me’ merges perfectly the relaxing vibes with more electrified sounds.


‘Anti Mill EP’ reminds us a lot the Miami vibes. Pool parties, good music, sunny days and this EP as a soundtrack. With the Miami Music Week behind the corner, we hope the EP can find its space.

Bottai

Bottai iconic sound is something is difficult to forget. From the first release ‘Delorean’, with Simon De Jano on the newborn Sosumi, until ‘Loden’ on Refune, his signature sound has improved, yes, but it’s always clearly recognizable. He has also joined several times the Refune stage at Tomorrowland, with label boss Sebastian Ingrosso. Over the years he has released music on Armada, DOORN and Future House and counting almost 150k unique listeners per month on Spotify.

‘Anti Mill EP’ is another great gem from Bottai; sorry, not one, but three gems.

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