Spanish label Drivecom presents the third and last episode of the Generative Operation series by Boris Divider. Completing the same style and vision, cinematic, technical and minimal concept trying to push forward a contemporary electro in our days. Evolving synth lines with a generative structure from new massive modular patches. Progressive minimalistic rhythms and sequenced tracks with different results as always elements can change every time they are played back again as a unique listening. A rare topic this time is that two 303 basslines have been addedd in the track GenOp10, they are interlaced with different step lenghts patterns as a tribute to put this classic synth from roland into a spacey environment and not always in the raver side of the music. The limited edition vinyl has been pressed in 180gr. keeping up theanalog character sound in this format, meanwhile the digital version will be a clearer and clinical one.
Following the first episode, Drivecom presents the second part of the Generative Operations series. It continues with the dark, technical and minimal concept of music mixed together with contemporary, cinematic elements and experimental sounds and textures. The vision and workflow keeps up the same vibe as with the first ep and you will find more synth lines involved into a generative structure from complex and massive modular patches. The sequencing is always different each time every track is being played back giving us a unique listening. About the sound design all the tracks have a cinematic vibe as in the first 12”. Always looking for a situation where cinema meets electronic music as being planned as a film sound track.
After a long break of around seven years, Drivecom the Spanish label based on advanced electro conducted by Boris Divider is back again to the scene delivering a minimal concept (as stated on its first roots) but with avantgarde elements to keep a vibe on the contemporary edge. This is the first episode of a new project under the name of “Generative Operations”. A project born from a new vision and workflow at the B. Divider’s studio. From the technical side, the use of massive modular synthesis and generative sequencing make the tracks to be different each time are being played, so here you have a unique recording of a certain moment as if it was and imprint of an instant. Also the minimalistic percussion tries to be slowly developed in an electro rhythm structure. In the other hand all the tracks have a cinematic vibe, it seems as they were composed thinking about to fit in any hi-tec sci-fi thriller movie. Granular sythesis pads, background noises, experimental compression routines help to fullfill the vision. At the moment of this info three volumes are being planned to be released in this year 2020.
First record of the “Raval Rave Breakers” compilation. This VVAA contains 5 tracks of electro with artists like Boris Divider, the remix of the American Patricia to the Argentinean Nehuen, or the flagship artist of M.U.S.A, RNXRX delivers a psychedelic jam, an industrial acid track as catchy as it can be. Heroine From The North sounds a bit like when New Beat became faster and more agressive, being mixed with styles like EBM and trance.
Madrid’s Fundamental Records not only release a high volume of contemporary electro, but they do so in fine style thanks to their overloaded packs and comprehensive compilations. This time they really done a number on us with this 808 Box release, a jaw-dropping fifty-tracker sealed in a trendy DJ shoulder bag tagged with the most infamous of all drum machines on the planet..! The music comes from all corners, and we see familiar faces laying down some truth on those beats; check the gear by Patronen, CPU, Alex Stark, Luke Eargoggle, Sync24, Tau Sagittarii and UHU.
Man/machine magician Boris Divider unleashes his fourth album. Continuing his explorations and escapades into the darkest, iciest realms of electronic music, Deflector/Atractor is perhaps his most extensive collection to date as we’re treated to shimmering ambient bliss (“Particle”) to dreamy, skippy, robot-charming fracturism (“Mikrowelt”) via his more classic, straight up funky electro (“Deflector”). Yet another bold march into the coded unknown for both Boris and Fundamentals, this can’t be slept on.
his release is the logical step after ”Aeon”, this time it evolves to a stage where old and new merge together, ”Surface” has the typical sequential synth lines inspired in the past by iconic groups such as Tangerine Dream but it has been added a good number of refreshing digital drones and textures, a little bit glitch background errors and cold wavetable pads, but at the end keeping the essential vision alive due to all the tracks were recorded live, playing synths and keyboards in realtime specially for this production…
Out of the dark depths of the underground emerges, once again, the purveyors of proper electro with a fresh new record to settle the score. Marguerita-Recordings delivers with a 10 track various artist compilation record, Telex Magick, which features artists from Europe to USA to Asia and back…the true essence of the underground is back. Gosub, Rude 66, Boris Divider, Manasyt, Cosmic Force …
To mark its 11th release Cultivated Electronics launches a new V/A compilation series featuring exclusive material from some of the hottest names in Electro from across the Globe right now. The first instalment of World Electronix aims to showcase the darker dance floor side of the genre. The series kicks off with Parisian resident Carl A Finlow AKA Silicon Scally who turns in a signature style machine tech roller reminiscent of his early SCSI-AV works. The duty then shifts to Spain’s number one electro export Boris Divider with a clinical, tight, Rother-esque groove. On the flip we see London based CE label head Sync 24 join forces with Australia’s Abstract Forms label owner Deixis. Rounding off the EP are Finnish duo Morphology, who alter the proceedings with a freaky 4/4 electro piece.
Semantica celebrates its 5 years anniversary, with a various artists selection featuring ERP, Boris Divider, Oscar Mulero, and Julien Neto. Beautiful electronix by some talented producers.
E.R.P. and Morphology and Boris Divider remixing one of Hardfloors album tracks on this limited edition 12”. Three names that are essential for everyone into techno and Electro! Futuristic sounds with beautiful and haunting melodies to full effect.
The new Semantica is a 5 tracker by Boris Divider (Drivecom), who serves an excellent combination of dark and minimalistic electro.