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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.

Stream Núria Graham’s Lush Track ‘Smile On The Grass’

Spanish singer Núria Graham released her debut album ‘Bird Eyes’ back in 2015, and within a little over two years, have since dropped her 2016 EP ‘In The Cave’ and her 2017 LP ‘Does It Ring a Bell?’. Now with ‘Does It Ring A Bell?’ getting released worldwide on March 30th on El Segell, Graham has shared her new single ‘Smile On The Grass’. An organically rich and whirling sliding, Graham shines vibrantly with earthy vocals and instrumentation that ropes together a 70s pop sound with a modern indie pressing.

Hinds ‘New For You’ Video

Who would have knew that Spain-based band Hinds were into football? Well, whether they are or not, the foursome have taken to the field in their latest video ‘New For You’. Now if you’re expecting to see plays on the level of Lionel Messi, then you might be quickly disappointed, however, if you want to see the girls having a great time then look no further. The video is directed by Carlotta Cosials, with the song taken from Hinds’ forthcoming album ‘I Don’t Run’.

Listen to Piek’s ‘Despertar’ Ft. Fábel

Hailing from Pamplona, Spain is Piek, a producer whose music is quite a lovely ride through the realms of electronica, with the artist also creating music for advertising. Adding a blend of Hip-Hop, soul, downtempo and more, his debut LP ‘Despertar’ will get released on February 20th via Sincopat. The new work features guest appearances by Ryan Roush, Cheney, Ria and more.

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.

Hinds ‘Easy’ Video

Spanish punk band Hinds bring forth the official video to their single ‘Easy’. The John Strong-directed offering is cleanly shot with the girls performing the track song in a studio whilst all wearing runny eyeliner. The track is taken from Hinds’ album ‘Leave Me Alone’ which was released earlier this year via Mom + Pop. Have a look.