If there were any doubts about the bond between us and Lewis Fautzi, they would certainly be put to rest with a quick glance through his discography, which is headed up by "The Gare Album". Since the release of the aforementioned record, his name has been featured regularly on Dave Clarke and Slam's Soma Records, Len Faki's FIGURE • and Oscar Mulero's Pole Group and Warm Up labels. Currently he is Portugal's biggest techno export. However it is from his hometown of Barcelos that he makes his presence known to the world, through both his own imprint, Faut Section, and his studio where he creates some of the most fascinating electronic music in recent memory, effortlessly stirring the imagination and bringing forth images of dark foreboding caves and abandoned suburban warehouses, turned dance floors.
The story of Madrid native Svreca is often confused with that of his record label Semantica Records that has, for the past 11 years, been at the epicenter of a more modern and experimental form of techno all the while providing us with some of the genre's most iconic tracks. A compilation marking the 100th release is on the horizon and includes new and exclusive material from the likes of Developer, Abdulla Rashim, Acrony