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ColoRising Mixes 36: SDH (Semiotics Department of Heteronym)

Post-punk, synth-wave, industrial, techno – Barcelona’s SDH (Semiotics Department of Heteronym) are some of the best to craft the sound bursting from Spain. Comprised of Andrea P. Latorre and Sergi Algiz, label owners of Cønjuntø Vacíø and members of the cutting edge band Wind Atlas, their SDH project is the ultimate rush of haunting, heavy electronica layered with a synth-pop spreading, creating the ultimate balance between light and dark. Questioning the idea of fiction, SDH’s sound is a continuing ride through illusory and realism. With their new EP ‘Tell Them’ out March 9th on Avant! Records, Semiotics Department of Heteronym are true heroes of electronic and post-punk alchemy.

ColoRising Mixes 36: SDH

Post-punk, synth-wave, industrial, techno – Barcelona’s SDH (Semiotics Department of Heteronym) are some of the best to craft the sound bursting from Spain. Comprised of Andrea P. Latorre and Sergi Algiz, label owners of Cønjuntø Vacíø and members of the cutting edge band Wind Atlas, their SDH project is the ultimate rush of haunting, heavy electronica layered with a synth-pop spreading, creating the ultimate balance between light and dark. Questioning the idea of fiction, SDH’s sound is a continuing ride through illusory and realism. With their new EP ‘Tell Them’ out March 9th on Avant! Records, Semiotics Department of Heteronym are true heroes of electronic and post-punk alchemy.

LV Remix Seward’s ‘A Summer’ Track

Barcelona band Seward team up with London’s LV for a remix of their single ‘A Summer’. Definitely on the experimental side of electronica, the minimal rework is driven by a melodic piano riff decorated with unconventional tweaks in the premiere LV fashion. The original version is taken from Sewards’s LP ‘Second Two: Chapter Home’, which is out now via NAIM Records. Have a listen.

Lee Webster Set to Release ‘Excursion’ EP via Gruuv

If you have followed producer Lee Webster’s career over the past few years, you will know that he has released an onslaught of records on various labels including Glasgow Underground, Madtech, I Used to Sleep at Night, Hot Wave and more. With many of those singles and EPs flaunting highly provocative titles, the Barcelona-based artist will now release his less explicit named EP ‘Excusrsion’ on Audiojack’s Gruuv label. Weaving between deep and club-jacking house, the record includes three original songs as well as a remix of the track ‘Blue Planet’ by none other than Francois Dubois, known to the world as Funk D’Void. ‘Excursion’ is officially out March 11th.

Blonde:ish Share ‘Jupiter & Jaguar’ Track

Montreal duo who are now based in Barcelona, Blonde:ish, share their latest song ‘Jupiter & Jaguar ‘Welcome To The Present’. Taken from their upcoming album Welcome To The Future, the track is extra dark and deep, probably one that you will hear in the wee hours of the morning as the party settles and the night begins to be greeted by the morning light. You can stream the song down below.

Brigitte Laverne Shares Tracks From Her Debut Self-Titled EP

Barcelona singer/musician Brigitte Laverne has been quickly capturing ears with her sexy brand of synthpop. Having rocked the crowd at Red Bull Music Academy’s 2015 SonarDôme at the Sónar Festival, the Spanish bombshell is now set to release her self-titled EP on September 18th. Laverne has shared a few tracks from the release which will satisfy anyone’s thirst for the sounds of classic new wave and sultry pop. You can stream ‘Touch’ and ‘Cities’ down below. Read more […]

Preview Mans o’s New “Macaya” EP

There have been a slew of talent coming out of Barcelona that are pushing the boundaries of electronica. Román Daniel better known as Mans o is a producer and visual artist whose experimental sound is sort of like beat alchemy, where genres are broken into pieces and rearranged into really fascinating and vibrant recordings. Mans o’s latest release takes shape in the form of the “Macaya” EP. Atmospheric soundscapes are orchestrated into airy layers of unorthodox and heavily entrancing ear Read more […]

Boreals “Nage” Video

Barcelona-based band Boreals showcase the beauty of the human body in free form with their video “Nage”. Directed by Tomás Navarro and Humanproduce, the vid displays naked women and men jumping in the air while in slow motion, giving them a floating effect. Depicting artistic imagery of what could be summed up as a sense of freedom, we should probably suggest that you watch this at home and not at work. “Nage” is taken from Boreals’ debut album “Antipodas”. Read more […]