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- 10 Years of VIVa MUSiC: Decadedance Part Three

VIVa Music | 25.11.2016

10 Years of VIVa MUSiC: Decadedance Part Three cover

Late November sees the third and final installment of VIVa MUSiC’s 10-year anniversary sampler featuring Eats Everything, Andrea Oliva, Emanuel Satie and MANIK.

Arguably VIVa’s biggest release to date, ’10 Years of VIVa MUSiC: Decadedance’ has so far featured label boss Steve Lawler and the likes of Groove Armada, Mathew Jonson, Catz ‘n Dogz, Junior Sanchez and more. As it draws to a close Steve Lawler now welcomes four more renowned artists to contribute to the series: Edible boss Eats Everything, Desolat producer and ANTS resident Andrea Oliva, Knee Deep In Sound’s Emanuel Satie and Ovum and Bpitch’s MANIK.

Bristol’s Eats Everything delivers first with ‘Prog-Le-Matic’, displaying his signature bouncy bass riffs that give way to pumping filtered atmospherics. Next, Swiss heavyweight Andrea Oliva serves up punching kick drums alongside circling low-slung aesthetics with ‘Rider’ before Emanuel Satie’s ‘Zombie Love’ offers a gripping display of rumbling low end enhanced by bubbling sound-design. Concluding the release, San Diego based producer MANIK’s ‘The Right Moves’ is a high intensity workout of 808s, brimming with piercing vocals samples and fervent percussion.

10 Years of VIVa MUSiC: Decadedance Part Three cover


  • Eats Everything - Prog Le Matic
  • Andrea Oliva - Rider
  • Emanuel Satie - Zombie Love
  • MANIK - The Right Moves


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