The LP, which fuses electronic music with ambient and classical, will see release via Deutsche Grammophon in March.
Since bursting onto the scene in 2011, Matteo Milleri and Carmine Conte have become one of the biggest acts in dance music, pushing a dark, emotional brand of tech house via labels like Life & Death, R&S and their own Afterlife. For their first full-length, however, they're changing tack, releasing an LP that fuses electronic synthesis with classical, ambient and film score music. It'll come out via world-renowned outlet Deutsche Grammophon, which is owned by Universal Music Group. The label describes it as "a haunting mix of otherworldly textures and melodies embedded in a contemporary sound."
Listen to album cut "Distante," which has been floating around since 2015. You can also read Will Lynch's in-depth interview with Milleri and Conte from 2014.
01. Definizione Dell'Impossibile
02. Alla Sera
04. Oltre La Vita
06. Notte Senza Fine
10. Quello Che Resta
Deutsche Grammophon will release Endless on March 31st, 2017.