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Kepler - Making Chords
Jorge Ciccioli - Falling Spores
Jorge Ciccioli
Falling Spores
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Silencio)
8,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Argentina’s Jorge Ciccioli follows up from his initial offering on Silencio’s Uno compilation in 2017 with his own four-track EP titled Falling Spores. As the title track suggests, Jorge Ciccioli's production on ‘Falling Spores’ naturally mimics the intrinsically rhythmic patterns of falling spores being dispersed by purposeful currents of air. With intense intervals of driving drums and sound particles that seemingly twinkle throughout, this track rains down upon one's sub-conscious surface in its relentless pursuit of party.
‘Persistence’ pays off with track number two in the form of a fully mechanized melody that feels funky and sounds super serious. It starts of simple –but before you have a chance to get a good grip the true artistry of this piece starts accelerating with a breakneck beat that has a need for speed. Accented by temperamental tones that delicately dip in and drop out with premeditated precision, this groove will keep things moving. On the first B-side track ‘Rising’, war drums beat out rhythms of an impending attack,
effectively whipping all citizenry of the dance floor into a high-pitched fervor. It also summons an accompaniment of hollow, echoey layers that hover closely over slightly suffocated samples and whispering whistles. This track is a great way to begin the end of an
Closing things out is ‘Phyla’ This track can best be described as one of those things that goes bump in the night –because it bumps hard. Every sound causally connects with the changes that periodically rise and fall during its progression. Parallel drums dive deep and return in rhythm with filtered wave effects that wash over the entire arrangement. The synchronicity of this selection is quite staggering. Definitely worth a listen.
V.A. - Uno
2x12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Silencio)
9,99 €* 16,99 € -41%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Silencio celebrates the first year of the label with a double-pack vinyl aptly titled Uno.
Comprising of new and established artists, the tracks on Uno collectively summarize the
the feel of this label’s year, while giving us a hint of what to expect in the year to come.
Click Box & Stefan Dichev kick off the release with ‘Memories’. Presenting a collaborative
production that will prove over and over again why sound is one of the strongest senses tied
to memory. Engineered with emotionally responsive rhythms that roll into a rocksteady
baseline, this track evokes feelings with finesse. "Memories" also features funky squiggle
sounds and trailing even-tempered tones to punctuate its procession. This is one you'll want
to relive every time the opportunity arises.
New comer Wave Particle Singularity has done it again. ‘Virtue’ is a tremendous track that
will quickly establish itself as one of your new favorite things. The drum sequence, accented
by beguiling background sounds and curious vocals, gallops throughout this selection with
all its feet off the ground together in each smooth stride. Plus, it also comes fully equipped
with a pleasingly unpredictable pace in the form of some moody, well-orchestrated changes
that result in a perfectly adjusted attitude. Never a dull moment on the dance floor.
Kepler.’s latest offering ‘Tool A’ possess all the qualities one would normally associate with a
fine wine because the taste left on the palate after its consumption is both complex and
satisfying. During its ascent, effects that compress a thousand echoes into a single sample
ride alongside an active baseline that ripples accordingly. Subtle, flavorful snippets bleep
and bloop in complete balance, giving this cut a coordinated, contemplative vibe that brings
everything into focus.
With his first track on Silencio, Yuuki Hori's ‘Scene 5’ is truly a unique item. This
electromechanicaly exotic sounding export from Japan makes an impression with layers
that are neatly stacked and minimal to the max. Its main feature, a sample that seemingly
mimics the mating call of a male bullfrog, rhythmically ribbits in harmony with the beat,
bellowing over the entirety of this track. All the various elements of this composition come
together in a natural way that feels symbiotic and sounds superb.
Another Silencio first, Jorge Ciccioli’s ‘TD8’ has a deliberate intention to create momentum,
with a deep, penetrating baseline that rises to the occasion by descending the darkest
depths of its own digital horizon. In the midst of the mix the listener is greeted with a clever
chorus that effectively sounds like air vibrating, or in layman's terms "blowing", within an
empty glass bottle. As it goes through the motions, observe how every note is noticeably
nuanced in an effort to reflect the subtle changes that take place.
Closing out the release and year for Silencio, is Laughing Man with ‘Reach Out’. Hard, heavy
and heavenly are all terms that could be used to express the sentiment of this selection.
Notice how right from the get go this production profoundly pounds out its agenda with a
solid, speedy beat that relentlessly rocks throughout the recording. Accompanied by a
series of wavy, spirited vocal layers, ringing bells and an inspired intersection of cymbals,
this track is one hell of a ride that will enable you to make contact with the other side.
Click Box - Slow Dancer
Kepler - Planetary Systems I
Planetary Systems I
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Silencio)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Kepler. makes the second contribution to Silencio's catalog with “Planetary Systems I”. With refined ethereal elements rendered from what is surely an eerie origin, “186f”, is truly engaging. This track is fueled with a seductive synth heralded by haunting vocals that effectively whisper over its steady, punchy bass line. Meandering in the background is the type of idiophone sound one would associate with a hand-percussion triangle instrument. Its particular effect provides a complex, rolling rhythm that vibrates in a beautiful tone until its objective has been achieved.
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