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Anna Mastrolitto reveals the keys of the next LiveSoundtracks

Anna Mastrolitto was born in Puglia and studied in Milan. She’s been living in Barcelona forever a decade, devoted to the music industry. There’s no festival in the city she hasn’t worked with, including Primavera Sound, Mecal, Mutek, and Loop Festival. Her personal project is LiveSoundtracks, to be launched in 2016. The festival’s been on for […]

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El Guincho: “Composing is a very lonely and painful process, with peaks of extreme happiness”

Five years have passed for Pablo Díaz-Reixa aka El Guincho to leave behind his personal tropical world. Produced by himself, Hiperasia (Canada, Everlasting) introduces us to a less kind sound. The king of Western tropicalism has created an indescribable and much darker genre, with a vocoder camouflaging his voice over 8-bit beats. Music aside, one of the most […]

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Anuar Khalifi: “In my work there are lots of remixes and samples”

Anuar Khalifi was born in Lloret de Mar and now lives between Barcelona and Tangier. And it is precisely the differences between the East and the West which has inspired his work, including large-scale pieces, merchandising and I was young and dumb, a book published in 2013 that gathers together several of his illustrations. Anuar’s […]

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Andy Stott comes to MiRA

Andy Stott is one of the best examples of Manchester’s Modern Love label. In 2014, Stott published “Faith in Strangers”, his latest work and probably the most cohesive of all four of his career. As usual, innovation and tradition, light and darkness, dancing and contemplation come together, although it is true that over the years […]

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Lindstrøm, disco made in the XXI Century

Hans-Peter Lindstrøm is one of the greatest exponents of the current disco scene, a magician of production that, using subtle sound effects, manages to make tracks that sound old and new at the same time. Based in Oslo, his vision of dance music has spread to very hot tracks he releases on his own record […]

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Kiasmos , Nordic minimalism experimental explosion

Kiasmos is one of the most exciting projects born from the electronic music experimental minimalism scene in recent years. They are Icelandic Ólafur Arnalds Icelandic and Faroese Janus Rasmussen (known as the alma mater of Bloodgroup), two friends with a joint self-titled released on Erased Tapes where their passion for classical and acoustic sounds collides. […]

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Panama, electronic-pop nostalgia from Australia

They’re not from Central America and they don’t make reggaeton. Much to the chagrin of what many may think, Panama are the next big thing in Australia. Formed by Jarrah McClearly and Tim Commandeur, Panama is making a name of itself in the electronic music scene thanks to a warm proposal that combines the feeling […]

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