Alberth does not stop for a moment and publishes in an irrepressible way
After the final r12 exam in October 2017, the Alberth recrew dedicated himself completely to the production of his first track, which he considered important: "Sonoma", released the following November as a single on IAM Melodic Techno. A German record label by Alfred Heinrichs, a well-known dj and producer internationally, IAM Melodic Techno also came out with a podcast mixed by Alberth, which was very popular in the end.
"Later I signed with Trippy Code, a Miami label with a YouTube channel that has more than 150,000 subscribers. Here I published a first track in March, 'Abyss', which currently touches 10,000 views on YouTube and went very well too on other platforms like Spotify +3000 views, Soundcloud +2500 view, "says Alberth. "Also during this period, a mix of mine was published on Techno Live Sets, a platform that counts more than 500,000 likes on Facebook. The mix went very well and currently on Soundcloud has more than 5000 visits".
Last April, instead, Alberth signed with Dear Deer Records, another important label and very well known for its melodic house and techno genre. "Here I released an ep of two tracks, 'Kepler & Rebirth'. Between May and June I signed again with the Trippy Code for the single 'Empusa': the track only reached more than 10,000 views in the first week and currently touches 20.000 For the future I can announce that I managed to sign with Steyoyoke Recordings, one of the most important and internationally recognized record labels, where on July 30 there will be an EP called Solstice & Equinox, composed of two my original tracks and two remixes.The first remix, that of 'Solstice', was made by Lunar Plane, a French duo that is currently climbing the Beatport charts with releases on important global labels such as Stil Vor Talent, Parquet Recordings and others. The second remix instead was done by the boss of the label himself, Soul Button ".
Currently Alberth has just sent two demos to Parquet Recordings and is awaiting a response. And in the meantime he is thinking of contacting some agency to start bringing his works around to clubs and events, even if, he thinks, he will wait "before the July publication".