“Ten years have gone by since I began this project called Sequencias. When I started it, all I had in mind was that I wanted to put out the best music that was available to me and that I’ll follow wherever it’ll take me. I’m very grateful to all the people that have been part of this journey and have trusted me with their art, without them there was no way this could have happened. Also, to everyone behind the scenes that have made it all possible, thank you. With this selection of tracks, I intend to give the catalog a breath of fresh air. All of them were previously released on vinyl-only between 2011-2021 so now you can enjoy them digitally as well. All the tracks in the compilation got remastered and the ones that were not included will remain only on vinyl.” JM De Frias.
Area provides the soundtrack for another long Winter. From late night meditative dancefloor bliss, to midtempo 4 to the floor sonic experimentation. So without getting too wordy, we’ll leave these flowers right here, please don’t let them dry.
Spring assist, rapid one-handed deployment, half-serrated stainless steel glass breaker for emergencies. Easy and safe carry. This EP contains material by Area & Donato Dozzy.
Sequencias first release for 2015 comes from Chicagoan, Area. He has melded elements from bass music, industrial, electroacoustic, spoken-word and techno into 3 tracks that distill their influences into something greater than the sum of its parts. Opener “Circadian” is built on a two-chord refrain to a stepping rhythm amidst a dank warehouse atmosphere. Spoken-word interlude, “One Less Me,” is little more than a female voice processed and cleverly twisted over crisp electronic filigree. The EP closes with “XXeXX” (Crushkilled Version), which sounds like the remnants of the opening track after being drop-forged and scattered to the breeze—long peals of reverberating melodic feedback straining under a dense bank of static fog—breaking free every few measures to expand into the light, then crushed. “One Less Me” is the beginning of a new relationship that we look forward to see flourish in the future, and of course, to share it with you.
Plan B Recordings is back with a compilation featuring some brand new names to the label, including our first release by a Japanese artist (Takenawa) and an emerging producer from the Chicago area (Mauser). Things start off with the twisted funk of Area’s ‘It’s Just a Body.’ Following Area is the first Japanese artist to grace one of our vinyl projects. Takenawa’s ‘Jaisalmale’ is a lush techno groover that works in deep house sets as well. The flipside features Mauser. His uptempo creations feature tight drum programming, tinkling keys, and insistent energy. ‘Small Sounds on the Redline’ is his first vinyl release for Plan B Recordings. Closing out the B side and the compilation is G. Marcell. Pulling funky breaks from dusty crates, he puts them together into the soulful yet raw ‘Naphroblac.’
An Ep from Area on a new label called Kimochi, featuring three tracks of abstract ambient techno.
Pure electronic beauty from Chicago based producer m50 aka Area. Moody electronic tracks with beautiful tracks. Modern electronica with a nice gentle dancefloor drive on Anton Zapp’s label.