Andrea Oliva can do it all.
Capable of rocking both Coachella and the Panorama Bar, the producer's breadth, his vivid imagination is something to be admired.
New album '4313' is a dexterous return, with the Swiss producer veering from intelligently constructed techno to delicious, old school house.
Out now via Objektivity, Andrea Oliva sums the album up as follows:
"Musically speaking this album is all about being spontaneous and having fun. I didn't follow any particular waves or hype of music, I just wanted to sit in the studio and get inspired alongside the musicians I was working with. Everything happened very naturally and I was able to capture each mood in the right moment - you will understand when you hear the whole album - every track is different and has a different story. Every approach to each track was different."
"The whole production time was very intense but a great experience, and it has been a pleasure to work with such a variety of talented artists. Each of these collaborations alongside my ideas created a big universe of music covering pop, techno, house....there really is a little bit of everything."
Clash has nabbed the exclusive stream of '4313' – check it out now.