Heavyweight cargo, wrong shipping adress, delivered without demand. FRACHTØ1 is the very various artists EP on Lunatic, ticking all the boxes that lead through the past releases. Tracks that represent the numerous ways of todays saturated society’s struggle expecting a dark future‘s prophecy. Roberto Auser allows no introduction time with his dystopian “Neturality” system. CVBOX‘s air cargo sets a hard contrast with as lightly bleeping as confusing “Wingwalking”. Walk on with Credit 00 who shows who you really “Wanna B”, just before all dark matter fuse on the ipside of reality: Hayter’s voice is the oracle for the street: “Sooner Or Later” all pain ows together “In Den Hochofen Des Schmerzes” of the Iron Ore.
Dalmata Daniel presents the new album by Dutch West Coast mid-veteran Roberto Auser. Auser (born Derk Reneman) has been into cinematic (or b-videomatic) electro for more than a decade now, with releases on Viewlexx, Pinkman, Gooiland Electro/Enfant Terrible and more, ranging from atmospheric and hypnotic to tight and grim, but always loaded with a vision of a storyteller. In a Dutch way, for sure. Though “Second Sun” is, again, an audiovisual trip, that’s not the primary concept here – it’s probably the purest album-like experience of Robert Auser so far, presenting most of his characteristics and sounds, and also new elements, still, all are coherent and organic parts of Reneman’s projective language of electronics.
After a pandemic induced gap since the last release, Artificial Horizon makes our first foray into the digital realm with tracks from Sophie Du Palais, Mavridis, Petros Spatharos, Kafkactrl, AIR LQD, Future Relics and Roberto Auser. As a temporary antidote to this ever more cryptic world, the ‘Wrongful Convictions’ V/A brings together artists from all corners of Europe who share an affinity for the spectral side of the sonic plains.
Soothing synthesizer music and fantastic audiographic collage for fans and lovers of obscure ambient and jazzy minimal electronics. Original soundtrack to the feature documentary Love and Saucers (2017) […] Don’t sleep on this! Just 25 units made!
Both Unhuman and Roberto Auser should be names that ring a bell… Unhuman crafted two tracks which pay tribute to old school EBM, perfect for the dance floor early in the morning, while Roberto Auser came up with two harsh pounding tracks with dark beats and industrial sounds and a true rave spirit.
After a sabbatical period, Roberto Auser makes a comeback with his analogical machinery with the exquisite mini-album called “Chaos Never Dies” on Femur. In this record he explores a broad range of sounds from minimal-electro to acid with a touch of improvisation from his particular perspective based in roughness, rhythm and immediacy.
Four years after his excellent Eclipse 12″, Roberto Auser is back on a Rotterdam staple: Pinkman. Color Your Soul has adopted some, but not all, of its older brother’s attributes. Lumbering with menacing intent, the title piece leaves wreckage in its bruising wake. “Do You Want To Believe” is cut from the same deviant cloth. Grunting rhythms stomp on tortured strings, industrial shrieks cry beneath the boot of a raging beat. The closer, “Wake U Up”, has Auser toying with his victim. Steam hisses, acid lines bulge, pistons pound and sirens blare in this boiled work of brooding brutality.
Roberto Auser is known for his wide range of sounds and releases on Viewlexx and his own Ausland label. Next to that he is part of Kaval (Vrystaete). Even though his releases until now go from italo disco inspired electro to exotica and dark jazz influenced electronics his production is always rather smooth. For Enfant Terrible he shows his raw and dirty side. “Faceless Future” is an old school minimal elektro record done with analogue synths with a real industrial and post-punk attitude.
The multitalented Roberto Auser returns to his Dutch West Coast dancefloor roots. Heavy three tracker on the Pinkman sublabel Charlois, with sounds varying from tripping intergalactic tribal electro to southern space disco.
Contributions by the likes of Panama Brown, Roberto Auser, Gesloten Cirkel and I-f staple hit by Tandy Ogmo.
“A free compilation from the Pinkman HQ to thank you ALL for the support over the last two years. And keep an eye out on Pinkman in 2015, lot’s of good things will come!”
Roberto Auser presents the second installment on his independent label. Auser and his team combine music, video, artwork and performance creating a mindbending experience. Disturbing, horrific and liberating at the same time … touch your fear! A real Roberto Auser signature sound in a high quality.
The second EP on the dutch imprint Pinkman comes from Roberto Auser, bringing a varied EP with his unique westcoast sound. First up is the outer space dance track ‘Never Say Never Again’, remixed by Dutch techno pioneer Mark du Mosch on the flip. The final track ‘Eclipse’ brings us back to his native country Ausland, a tribal battle track for all the weekend warriors out there.
The sixth release in the Field’s various artist series showcases four peerless Dutch producers – Delta Funktionen, ROD, Mark Du Mosch and Roberto Auser. Delta Funktionen turns in a dry, concrete techno track, ROD a more frantic and amped up number whilst Mark Du Mosch goes for some heavy bass swing with his clipped and heavy house effort. Auser closes out a nicely rounded EP with some glistening ambient synth sounds that swirl around in your head like a calming breeze.
Roberto Auser drops a massive Disco Bomb on the label that gave us all the early coca Disco classic, the magic Mixed Up The Hague mixes from I-f and many other timeless releases. The EP comes with a remix from Moguh.
Roberto Auser and Alden Tyrell hooked up in their Hometown Rotterdam and come with some tight tracks that go somewhere between house and early electronic tracks such as Eddy Grants time warp.