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Suba - Wayang (Offen Music)
Suba - Wayang
Suba - Wayang
Suba - Wayang
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Suba (Offen Music)

VÖ-Datum: 12.02.2018

Musikstil: Electro / Electronic

Artikelnummer: 1956905 / OFFEN008

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90s material from the man also responsible for the Rex Illusivii material we've been adoring here. Stunning again. Download Code Included. Artwork by Emilija Radojicic. TIP!~~.~~'Otherworldly, poetic, imaginative and full of exploratory spirit: the music of Mitar Subotic aka Rex Illusivii aka Suba is somewhere out there. Pure spheres of sound, ruled by absolute expression and a sounding language beyond our notion of a language.~~~~Now Offen Music reveals another unknown chapter of his large archive. This time it's a Suba record, an alias Subotic started to use already in the late 1980s in Yugoslavia. It became prominent after his relocation in São Paulo in the late 1990s, where he became one of Brazil's most demanded producers of the time. Wayang' was conducted in 1995, just shortly after Suba produced an album together with his old Yugoslavian friend Milan Mladenovic under the project name Angel's Breath. Their record unites ambient, world grooves, polyrhythms, haunting synth lines, post-punk, funk, reggae, dub, Asian melodies and vocal experiments all turned into a demanding, yet slightly pop story arc for open minded searchers. Somehow the Angel's Breath is discreet mirrored in Wayang', that was recorded in Suba's Wah Wah Studio in São Paulo, Brazil. The album features eleven tunes of whom each single one dances in its very own pipe dream. You hear particles of classic, tripping trip hop, minimal music madness, drone psychology, African percussions, the sound of a jungle, all-consuming Wagnerism, tragically moving psychedelic, tribal neo wave, Balearic desire, ethnic pureness, industrial rudeness, traces of Alan Lomax and the Smithsonian Folkways world as well as syncopated polyrhythmic adventures, religious chants, sample experiments, mumbling synthesizers and even techno. It's all there and as if time hasn't moved on, its sounds fresher than fresh. Music that has been produced with no specific audience in mind, only guided by sound and the dimensions it is ab~~

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