- Release Date 2018-04-02
- Label RedSonja Records
- Catalog RS13
Artists: VVAA : Pelacha // Sumerian Slave // Altieri & Elesbaan
Title: Binary Landscape
Label: Redsonja Records
Release: April 2th
1_ Pelacha - Binary Landscape (Original Mix)
2_ Pelacha - Solaris (Original Mix)
3_ Sumerian Slave - Kengi (Original Mix)
4_ Altieri & Elesbaan - Sand (Original Mix)
Label founded by Esperanza Camacho
Mastering by Koschitzky Studio
Picture by m.a.d.r.(e) aka Martistica Plastica
Distributed by rubadubrecords.co.uk
Redsonja Records released her third reference - Binary Landscape - inspired in abstract landscapes which has been turned into binary information, they have been digitalized in order to represent 11s number idea. The 11 is the number of the year: 2018 (2+0+1+8=11) and it's related to the idea of the universal vibrations.
Universal vibrations are synonymous with ambivalence: inspiration or confusion, it generates strong contrasting currents: social, cultural, political and religious. Also it has positive meanings as it symbolizes the strength and experience of the self, our ability to concrete ideas thanks to the enthusiasm and determination.
R13 is made of 4 original tracks produced by various artists (VVAA): - Binary Landscape -, - Solaris - , - Kengi - and - Sand -
Pelacha presents 2 tracks: .- Binary Landscape - is a kicking techno track lead by a pad that shows up constantly, providing a morphing color to the track. It prompts a hypnotic sensation. Solaris is a more relaxed track which transports us to explore symbolic and mental spaces.
Kengi by Sumerian Slave imprints the purest style of Detroit. It has tints that engage us in a slow-motion world, the beautiful melodies create a genuine rhythm which arouses the most infamous curiosities.
Sand by Altieri & Elesbaan has powerful energy between the pad modulations, its darkness brings you straight to the dance floor.
Error Etica: Cool Detroit Sounds.. will play it and full support!!
Hd Substance: Excellent!
iwashiseries: Great Ep, good sounds,thanks!!
Technodrome.bcn: great job! ;)