De Pe La Noi series aims to go deep into the Romanian undeground to discover the beauty of this holy land and the amazing people that inhabit it. Each episode will feature a Romanian artist mixing only Romanian sounds and pointing out a few places and people that inspire him into his work. The series celebrates 100 years since The Great Union (1918), the moment that marked the birth of modern Romania.
Faster‘s sound is drenched into the Romanian house & techno groove, touching the deeper sides of the electronic music spectrum just enough to create some timeless moments on the dance floor. Ruere Records, his own vinyl imprint, came as a natural step on his production career, featuring his own releases with strong support from artists like Rhadoo, who made a guest appearance remixing one of his tracks back in 2006.
A fine observer of the Romanian underground scene as well as a traveler, Faster was kind enough to offer us a mix built exclusively with Romanian crafted tracks, as well as some quick insights about what Romania has to offer with its landscapes and people that populate it.
The place you’d move for your whole life
Viscri, the small village made famous by Prince Charles
The visual artist you like the most
The figure who encompasses the Romanian spirit
The Romanian album you’ve listened over and over again
Petre Inspirescu – Într-o Seară Organică [a:rpia:r 007]
The club closest to your heart
The best dinner you had in Romania
Homemade pasta at home
The Romanian word you enjoy saying it the most