ea Collective – Amazonas Cruise

Turning corners again, ea Collective goes clubbing. Many thanks to Uenay who remixed our rudimentary demo into an atmospheric dark underground soundtrack. Oliver Kern (ea Collective) then replied with an edit, strictly using only snippets from the original. Many thanks to belrost.com for the mystic cover collage and to Capiroto Records for releasing this piece.

“Amazonas Cruise is the result of ea-Collective’s collaboration with German music producers Uenay and Oliver Kern. Amazonas Cruise has originally been produced using a simple, short circuited mixer as music instrument, that later on has taken different forms after two new mixes. Amazonas Cruise shows us once again that there are no limits to independent music production, that music can come out of simple electronic devices such as a mixer.“
Capiroto Records, Amsterdam.

Released 21st December by Capiroto Records, Amazonas Cruise is a purely original single by ea Collective, Oliver Kern and Uenay, artists from Freiburg, Germany. The opening track, ACE, sounds like an exciting melody of a humming bird with marked distorted “kicks”. Although it’s experimental in the sound design, melody and composition. Overall it fits with the underground techno scene and can be highly danceable. The artwork was created by Belrost and it has an important role in making Amazonas Cruise so unique. Uenay’s version is even more underground, sounding more atmospheric and dares to dive even deeper in the audio production, adding voice over samples and field recordings (?). Amazonas Cruise ends with its original version by Oliver Kern, that served as the base inspiration for the two other versions by ea Collective and Uenay.

NoHealer – Pyramids of Greed

Artist from Moscow, NoHealer released Pyramids of Greed 21st December via Capiroto Records. According to him, Pyramids of Greed was inspired by men’s ancient lust for money and fame. Originally from “Back to Test” album.” The single also contains a techno remix by LPascolatti. The original Gold Mix, by NoHealer, sounds like an old school electronic track, Kraftwerk style, it contain bright synths, it has danceable rhythms while preserving its cool downtempo feeling.

Techno: LPascolatti – Alright (Radio Edit)

New release by LPascolatti, first produced in Spiderhuis Studio, Rotterdam. It has been reworked in his new studio in Amsterdam, one year after. The idea behind the track is to create a techno that is electronic yet keeping organic instrumentals, such as electric guitar and vocals. The mixing has been highly inspired by dub techno productions. For January, it’s expected an extended mix with a Remix version.

YouTube: youtu.be/6aFOWxLYpsE
Bandcamp: lpascolatti.bandcamp.com/track/alright
Spotify: open.spotify.com/track/3MFDKAyVMh…GVT-22-isc76rkMA

For more techno check our Spotify playlist Synths of Techno:

New Release – Bandcamp: Moran Gang – Andromedary

Moran Gang – Andromedary: Official Release 7th of December

Capiroto Records presents you Moran Gang, from Stockholm, Sweden, and his single new single Andromedary. He provides us a delicate experimentalism, that shows the subtlety of synthesizers summed by poetic vocals. It’s etheric, starting slowly, growing, exploding with bright lead synth lines and ending gloriously, fading as a message or a blown leaf.

And every rhythm is a fire
Just want to be part of your tiles
So let us push these things aside
And start ourselves a paradigm
releases December 7, 2018
Moran Gang

Andromedary by Moran Gang

And every rhythm is a fire
Just want to be part of your tiles
So let us push these things aside
And start ourselves a paradigm

Capiroto Records presents you Moran Gang, from Stockholm, Sweden, and his single new single Andromedary. He provides us a delicate experimentalism, that shows the subtlety of synthesizers summed by poetic vocals. It’s etheric, starting slowly, growing, exploding with bright lead synth lines and ending gloriously, fading as a message or a blown leaf.

 

Alright, by LPascolatti, Official Release 23rd of November

New release from LPascolatti, first produced in Spiderhuis Studio, Rotterdam. It has been reworked in his new studio in Amsterdam, one year after. The idea behind the track is to create a techno that is electronic yet keeping organic instrumentals, such as electric guitar and vocals. The mixing has been highly inspired by dub techno productions.

Announcing New Release: LPascolatti – Mushroom Head

Official Release October 26.

Recorded in the summer of 2018, by LPascolatti in his new studio in Amsterdam. Using an electric bass guitar, Arturia Drum Brute and Microbrute, plus other digital vintage synthesizer. As an experience to record in150bpm, the track features the Original Version plus an Instrumental Version. The original mix contains vocals singing the lyrics of Mushroom, by German Krautrock band Can (1971).