Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: 50 weapons, album, cosmin trg, experimental
The new album marks something of a new direction for Cosmin, however – it’s a much more intricate affair that deals in plenty of fuzzy texture, percussive energy and his trademark skimming bottom ends, but looks outside the techno world for its influences. “Gordian is as much a document of my past year as it is the beginning of a conversation. The title references an ancient myth, but describes the very contemporary, impossible task of discerning between real and replicated, authentic and contrived. Coping with facts, objects and bodies, the necessity of ‘making it’, fear of failure, fear of ‘not being happy’ are today’s topics, and Gordian is my attempt at an exploration of those issues.” (Cosmin TRG)
Filed under: 101.Events, Other Events | Tags: bogman, club control, cosmin trg, redbull music academy, romansoff
‘The Green Series’ is the continuing art and music project from Bleep.com, GiveUpArt, and photographer Shaun Bloodworth. The project will be a series of tracks exploring techno music released on limited 12″ with deluxe art prints as well as on digital formats. The second 12″ release in the series is called “BLPGRN002″. The double A-side single features the pairing of Objekt and Cosmin TRG and brings you raw techno.
The Romanian Cosmin TRG returns with this sweet maxi and a slightly new direction. The lush sounds of ‘Vertigo’ sees a tentative swelling melody saunter over brooding beats and claps, whilst ‘Sommer’ tinkers with reduced metallic techno textures.
Filed under: 101.Events, Other Events | Tags: 4play, atelierul de productie, cosmin trg, legowelt, redbull music academy
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: bonobo, cosmin trg, dubstep, funkineven, machinedrum, ninja tune, power house
Ninja Tune presents 3 remixes for Bonobo’s “Blakc Sands”, coming from Cosmin TRG, Machinedrum and Funkineven.
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: boddika, cosmin trg, skudge, skudge records, techno
Skudge remixe package 5 with killer mixes by Boddika and Cosmin TRG.
Filed under: 001.Features, 010.Interviews | Tags: cosmin trg, interview, neon tape deck
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: ann aimee, conforce, cosmin trg, sascha rydell, skudge, techno
The final hurrah for Ann Aimee’s Inertia compilation sees four modern techno heavyweights add their exclusive sounds to the fold. Skudge are as economical yet efficient as you’d expect with their booming ‘Pollution,’ before Conforce designs yet more lush sounds with his deep technoid cut ‘When It Appeared.’ Restless Romanian Cosmin TRG confounds expectationst again with his rusty, rolling cut ‘Plaisir Interdit’ before Sascha Rydell gets a little spaced out on his kinetic and melancholic effort, ‘Rainy Days’.
Filed under: 010.Interviews, 100.Sessions | Tags: cosmin trg, house, interview, podcast, resident advisor, techno
Filed under: 001.Features | Tags: 50 weapons, album, cosmin trg, house, techno
Romanian producer Cosmin TRG release his debut artist album, Simulat, on Fifty Weapons. Made up of 12 new tracks, each has been exclusively produced for the album whilst CD-only track ‘Fizic’ is the lead single, as it was already released in June. There are tracks which will work both on and off the dancefloor, but it’s the way they’re threaded together and make for one cohesive and coherent statement overall that stands them apart. Taking appropriate detours into deeper pockets; areas of warm analogue ambiance and abstract alien sounds, there are traces of everything that has gotten Cosmin to this point so far, all re-visioned with an ever shifting focus. Once again confirming Cosmin to be a producer in constant experimental flux, Simulat speaks loudly of an essential talent.
Romanian producer Cosmin TRG’s next release is a follow up to the superb “Separat/Izolat” 12″ on 50 Weapons imprint. “Fizic/De Dans” seems to explore a similar sonic terrain, namely off-kilter techno imbued with droning low frequencies.