899576001838 | 2012-09-20  
Italian trio The Dolphins make a triumphant return to SCI+TEC for the first time since their 2010 smash "Buffalo." Alessandro Veneri, Cristiano Valentini and Giacomo Doglione first joined the label back in 2008 with the release of their "Chemical Youth / Haze Hard" double-header. Hugely popular, the release helped introduce them to a wider audience and saw them go on to sign music to the likes of Boxer, Opossum, Suara, and Toolroom as well as becoming key artists on Joachim Spieth's Affin imprint.
In 2009 The Dolphins returned to SCI+TEC with their track "When I'm Wrong" which, alongside tracks from Neuroxyde and Steve Angello's alter ego Mescal Kid, made up the label's "Formula One" EP. The following year they were back with "Buffalo" and the single found support from a wider spectrum of DJ's including Kasper Bjorke, Stephan Bodzin, Zdar, Joseph Capriati, Slam and Feadz.
Now The Dolphins return in 2012 with their latest one two punch, the bouncy jackin' smash that is Dubfire’s favourite, "Alba". "I've been opening my sets with Alba since the guys gave it to me earlier this year. It has now become my signature opening track with tons of people asking what it is and when it will be released" says the label boss. This hit is backed by the dark staccato siren of "Paravision" on the flip. Another brace of techno bullets from the trio and another SCI+TEC classic.
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