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The album features 13 new tracks.
It’s been 3 years since the DJ and producer Joseph Capriati has embarked on a journey of self-reflection, broadening his creative spectrum, and ‘Metamorfosi’ is a reflection of his personal evolution, with his last full-length album going back to 2013.
‘It’s definitely not a pure dance floor record’, Capriati says of the new LP. ‘It is diverse. For me, that’s the spirit of the album. I really hope that people get the message’. ‘Metamorfosi’ is the result of both personal and musical development, the maturing of his influences, and the encounters with his heroes.
‘Goa’ and ‘New Horizons’, two of the album’s cuts have seen the light of day so far, and now we know there are 13 new tracks, including ‘Spirit Brothers’, a collaboration with Louie Vega, and ‘Love Changed Me’, which features the participation of house icons Byron Stingily and Eric Kupper.
Joseph Capriati’s ‘Metamorfosi’ is out now, via his own Redimensions label. Listen to the full album below.