audio elektro


Multiply·Warp 2005

The first time we met Jamie Lidell was in “Super Collider” by Cristian Vogel. In 2000 he published his first album, “Muddlin Gear”. Now he’s back with an album that might become the best album of the year, “Multiply”. He mixes funk, soul and electronic music with imagination, ability and illusion. And that’s exactly how one listens to this album: with illusion. Once again, Warp publishing house was right showing that there is a hope in the music industry.



Love is the answer·Ninja Tune 2005

This is a universal album that will gain power as time goes by, like those that become a precious stone before being published. Dwight Trible is an important musician who has worked with artists such as Pharaoh Sanders. He’s back with a project propelled by Carlos Niño (participant in Ammoncontact). “Love is the answer” is a futurist album: he mixes jazz, hip hop, electronic, psychedelic and funk rhythms with elegance and soul. This is an essential album for those who want to enjoy music.



Method to the madness·Trojan 2005

Neil Fraser (Mad Professor) wanted to collect 20 years into his new work. His collection, “Ariwa Sounds” is one to take into a lab, a lab that is 25 this year. This collection is divided into two albums: In the first one he shows us the work he has done with other reggae musicians: Max Romeo, Horace Andy, Lee Scratch Perry... In the second one, he shows his most experimental and chemical side: some mixes done to Jamiroquai, Massive Attack or The Orb.



Mara-Mara·Moonplace 2005

Up until today, we have just received singles and EPs from this band from Ordizia. Indeed, we like this band’s philosophy: to publish albums, to refuse to play live, to reject behavior of rock stars. We were afraid that the publication of the LP could change this situation until we had the album –of a good edition and beautiful design- in our hands. One listens to the songs of Elurretan softly: they are light, naïve, unpretentious, funny, sad and humorous...