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[english] Podcast Semantica Records

label-logo-semanticaTechno | The following podcast is about the Madrid based label, Semantica Records, which have a very strong identity linked to the industrial and dark techno, sometimes with syncopated rhythms. Neverthless it also dedicates part of its catalog –in an excellent way– to electro and emotional electronics.

In Semnatica we can find great names of the current techno scene –some of them 90’s classics– as Surgeon, O. Mulero, Indigo Kennedy, Svreca, or some others from the current electro scene as Plant 43 or ERP. Besides, it has multiple collaborations and remixs as Regis, Female or Lucy.

Every techno lover should check its bandcamp and discover how techno boundaries are blurred between a techno deep-rooted in the sound from Detroit and Birmingham and an emotional electronics.

http://semanticarecords.bandcamp.com/

Playlist
1. Xhin – Curtain Cloud [Semantica64]
2. Ed Chamberlain – Somefind [Semantica52]
3. Stanislav Tolkachev – Simple As A Miracle [Semantica51]
4. ERP – Cold Colony [Semantica30.1]
5. SHXCXCHCXSH – kxxkxxxkkxx [SemanticaNNN01]
6. Morphology – Dalek Invasion [Semantica43]
7. Cassegrain – Sennit [SemanticaNNN03]
8. Svreca – Hagagatan(Lucy Remix) [Semantica33B]

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This entry was posted on Abril 23, 2014 by in Electrònica, REVIEWS IN ENGLISH, Techno and tagged , , , , , , , , .

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