“Shaman Flowers” showcases Daniele Boncordo’s strength as a producer. He took the existing Hardcore and Minimal Techno sound, twisted it, turned it around, and made it better. He updated the sound to appeal to a new audience who love to dance until the break of dawn, but also adore the atmospheric warmth built inside the track. “Shaman Flowers” by Daniele Boncordo is a mix between Techno and Spirituality. The track is launching his new record label, Third Nature. The young talent and his worldwide group of artists called OWNA Music are now ready to bring a new magic around Techno music.
Daniele Boncordo’s gift to the world is to make music that works well in a small club, at a huge event, or in your living room. He is one of those artists who doesn’t sit still, but constantly progresses into unknown territory, creating new sounds, and inspiring others along the way.
He’s one man who can’t and won’t sit still, and we praise him for not sitting still. If you have not heard of Boncordo before, you are in for a big surprise.
Based in London since 2014, Daniele Boncordo has been making electronic dance music for many years. In fact, he has been making music for so long that many of our more seasoned ravers will agree with the fact that he definitely knows what he is doing when it comes to making hard-hitting and amazing minimal electronic dance music.
To say the least, hearing Minimal Techno live is one of the most amazing but also overwhelming experiences in the dance world. The amount of bass paired with the quick tempo makes it literally impossible not to dance like a lunatic.
Since Daniele Boncordo switched his moniker from ‘Overtrash’, in the space of only 6 months he obtained releases on important Minimal labels such as DC10 Records, Hungry Koala Records, Drugstore Records and many more. His is a world without rules or boundaries, one where regular formulas are sidestepped in favor of carving out a unique sonic footprint, which is what Spiritual Techno is.
“Shaman Flowers” offers a contrast with the sort of bland, utilitarian Electronic Dance Music (EDM) so profitably purveyed by such producers as Calvin Harris and David Guetta – as so often, the American adoption of a form involves the substitution of income for inspiration. The idea here is that Daniele Boncordo is not trying for relevance by cribbing the swag of his peers, but by doing what he does, rather better than usual!