Frank Biazzi is one of Belgium’s finest when it comes to techno and his new release on Carl Cox and Jon Rundell’s Intec Digital is a testament to his timeless sound.

Before having a short break from music Frank Biazzi has a number of highly sought-after releases on the now-defunct Lupp which was a top-selling label in the early ‘00s.

The break from music was caused by Frank Biazzi starting to develop tinnitus, but after some time for recovery, he has returned with new releases on Marco Bailey’s MB Elektronics and Christian Smith’s Tronic amongst others of a similar calibre.

His early releases were popular with the likes of Carl Cox, Dave Clarke plus Monika Kruse, and his new one on Intec has been supported by Nicole Moudaber, Jay Lumen, Pan-Pot and Spektre.

Here at Him Self Her we have been honoured with the exclusive first play premiere of “Ravage” which is the second track on Frank Biazzi’s new Intec release.

With menacing tension and heavy percussion, the track’s lead synth line has a classic feel to it which adds to its relentlessly pounding style that’s perfectly suited for peak time club plays.

You can pick up a copy of the release from HERE.

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