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Bruno Furlan and Deeft craft a dystopian tech house Marvel with “Space Bump”

Updated: Dec 5, 2023

Bruno Furlan has become a real riser in the ever-evolving landscape of tech house, and concludes a year of relentless touring with the audacious release of “Space Bump.” Produced in collaboration with rising talent Deeft and released under Matroda's Terminal Underground label, the track stands as a dystopian-tinged marvel within the realm of fast-paced tech house, embodying a fusion of sophisticated sounds and undeniable high-octane energy.

Furlan's musical prowess has been a driving force, even amidst his extensive touring schedule, evident in the sheer dynamism of “Space Bump.” The track's magnetic allure lies in its ability to capture the essence of modern tech house while infusing innovative twists, resonating with a pulsating rhythm and an enigmatic aura, a testament to Furlan and Deeft's creative synergy.

Hailing from Brazil, Furlan's ascent in the electronic music sphere has been nothing short of extraordinary. His musical journey, rooted in a deep immersion in DJ culture from an early age, has propelled him to the forefront of the contemporary tech house scene. Collaborations with luminaries like Amine Edge & Dance, Green Velvet, and Claude VonStroke, as well as performances at acclaimed events like The Dirtybird Campout, mark Furlan's trajectory as an artist who continually pushes boundaries.

Beyond musical accolades, Furlan's contributions extend to supporting social causes, evident in tracks like "Line Five," which rallied support for the Black Lives Matter movement in Detroit, gaining acclaim from industry titans like Carl Cox and Nicole Moudaber.

"Space Bump," epitomises Bruno's and Deeft's dream of a collaboration, inviting listeners on a captivating journey into the realms of tech house innovation. Check it out now.

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