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Irazu - Study For Portrait
Irazu
Study For Portrait
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Stale)
8,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Irazu returns to Stale after his acclaimed "Shtamm" with Regis in 2017. This time Pessimist take charge on the remix duties, filling a dense and energetic long play vinyl where Irazu shows his strongest work to date.
Irazu - Shtamm
Irazu - Tolerance For The Absurd
Irazu
Tolerance For The Absurd
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Soul Notes)
12,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
incl. Acronym RemixMadrid based artist ''Irazu'' has a couple of tricks up his sleeve. Apart from creating outlandish rhythms that are hard to pin down to one specific box in the spectrum of electronic music, Irazu also proves to have a strong visual and intellectual identity. With titles such as ''Tolerance for The Absurd'' and ''The Situationist Was Not Alone''to back this up, Irazu's first solo EP for the soul notes off-shoot ''Stale''is an intrusive blend of harsh tones, exotic drum patterns and firmly built repetitions of sound. Irazu's ability to camouflage certain sounds and make them cut through the mix with great strength is showcased in ''The Situationist Was Not Alone'', where the main lead sounds rather like a ship horn of some sort than an actual synth sound. The build of this opening effort is hypnotic, while the lead sound maintains a mantra-like repetition. ''Tolerance For The Absurd'' sounds like a lost jungle tribe travelling in the hold of a transatlantic fright vessel.It's exactly this need for abstract descriptions that describes the atmosphere of this cut best. Again, a mantra like repetitive tone makes one want to replay this again and again. For the B side ''Northern Electronics'' stalwart ''Acronym ''steps up with a charachteristic remix for ''Tolerance For The Absurd''. The artists ability to alter moods with minimal edits and smartly placed bits of sound is exactly what he is showcasing throughout this heart wrenching mix that spans for 7.36 minutes.''Corrosive Suddenly Breath'' is another Irazu original that subtly closes down this 12'' with great effort. Psychotic sounding bits of modular tones serve as a lead-like sound supported by a hazy tone that lieas underneath and a sucking bassline that feels like the cut is a vacuum of sound balancing smartly somewhere in between contemporary techno and industrial soundscaping.
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