Rebecca Delle Piane shares some of her all-time favourite records

Born in the late ’98 in the city of Fondi, Rebecca Delle Piane has spent the majority of her years honing and developing her passion for music. Growing up surrounded by instruments, Rebecca first started playing the electric bass guitar at the age of twelve before being introduced to the world of electronic music and the rest they say, is history.

Over the last few years, Rebecca has been working closely with Ben Sims and his very own Symobolism imprint whereby the young Italian released her EP Lode on the label, followed more recently by her monumental Balance EP featuring four-tracks of immaculate techno cuts suitable for any dancefloor. If that’s not enough, for her latest venture Rebecca boasted a feature on Ben Sims presents Synchronicity Part One – a huge VA compilation featuring some of techno’s very best. As per, the youngstar delivered an epic soundtrack containing smart percussive elements and effective synth work throughout. With an abundance of talent, it won’t be long until Rebecca is placed in the very upper echelons of the techno scene. Rebecca showcases some of her all-time favourite records.

Death by Degrees OST – Main Theme

“One of the most important tracks of my life. I remember when I was playing this game with my dad (I was a child) and we literally were going crazy for this piece. To tell the truth, all the soundtracks of this title are something big (Es. Type J/Lana Lei). So, this reminds me when I was a little girl, and all the beautiful moments that I’ve shared with him. I can’t wait to use it for a closing!”

ROD – Pull

“Hard to describe the feelings that I have for this track. This gives me a sense of emptiness, a race to run away, a sense of hope but of melancholy at the same time. A big grip in the stomach, so beautiful.”

Tzusing – King Of Hosts

This title is literally omnipresent in my journeys. I listen to this at least once a day, every day. I discovered this in a really bad period where i needed to force myself to be strong enough, and this track metaphorically helped me like a small, short therapy.”

Donato Dozzy – Nine o’ Three

“I’ll never take off this track from my playlist. One of the few pieces that I always play. Powerful, elegant, this ‘penetrates’ your body and your soul. Further, Donato Dozzy is an artist that I respect so much, as well as one of the first that i knew (musically speaking) when I started this ‘voyage’.”

The Anxious – Mechanism

THIS is one of my favourite groovy tracks for excellence. This literally makes all butts shake!”

Human Resource – Dominator (Joey Beltram Remix)

“This track is the definition of energy. I discover this about two/three years ago and I think it was one of the first that has trasmitted to me other influences and other nuances of electronic music.”

James Ruskin – Solex

“I love the bassline of this track. Solid, well structured and this fits perfectly all the other elements. I love bass, I studied this when i was 14/15 and I kept this big passion. This title fills my mind from years!”

Ellen Allien – Trash Scapes

“Last but not least, this is for me another masterpiece. I think I have ‘consumed’ this song for all the times I’ve listened to this. This type of electro, broken rhythm is another of the shades that I prefer. I like the text too.

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