Following the recent release of her critically acclaimed single ‘Waiting For You’ at the start of July, prolific Naples-born producer, DJ and label boss Deborah De Luca now returns with her next mammoth cut, as she delivers the fiftieth release on her burgeoning label Sola_mente Records.

Out now on all platforms, ‘19 Calls’ is yet another formidable slice of unrelenting warehouse techno from the Queen of Naples, who combines a unique blend of dark, arpeggiated synths and trippy samples with stripped back kicks and frenetic hi-hats for her milestone outing on the esteemed Italian imprint.

Widely acknowledged as one of the most prominent flag-bearers for Techno globally and a regular fixture inside the world’s most distinguished DJ booths, Deborah has been road-testing ‘19 Calls’ across international dancefloors over the past few months to devastating effect.

Deborah’s unique ability to transfix crowds with her electrically charged, technically nuanced sets, fusing hard techno with minimal grooves and melodic soundscapes to absorbing effect has fast become one of her signature trademarks, and is evident for all to see in this latest landmark release.

Currently in the midst of a hectic summer of international touring, Deborah De Luca’s next release sees her make her debut on Christian Smith’s Tronic Imprint, with her three-track EP ‘A Vision Of Ecstasy’ this August.

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