Shara music emerges with a concept that glitters by love for a very special woman named Sara. The producer of Barcelona Owen Ezard presents his new record label, Shara Music, and it starts nothing more, nothing less with this great piece of EP signed by the mexico-Italian couple Mijo & Rodion. A futuristic sound ep charged with hints Techno Latin and classical Italo influence also with the remixes included of "Chapo Guzman" and our great Damon Jee. Exceptional beginning for this label and where in addition They have prepared for us a lot of amazing references that will see the light as the year progresses. First reference Shara Music... SHM001 is coming up
Tkuz is Mexican producer Juan Harrison, who has previously brought us his dark and nefarious EBM creations on labels like Clouded Vision, La Dame Noir, Shara Music and more recently Japan's Blindetonation. On his new Electrico EP, things get off to an impressive start with the gritty industrial attitude of "Into Santana" (which is reminiscent of Jealous God head honcho Silent Servant's work), while "El Burgues" throws done one seriously infectious groove with its bouncy arpeggio and dark vocals on this fine electro-noir thriller. Finally "I Was Famous" channels the spirit of mid-nineties goth clubs on this classic electro-industrial slow burner reminiscent of old Zoth Ommog or Cleopatra Records style anthems.
Tulioxi is the pseudonym for Mattia Tuliozi, an Italian producer who takes influence from the musical heritage of his birth country. However, on Urban Beast, this does not mean that he simply knocks out re-heated Italo Disco numbers. The title track and the Zombies In Miami version draw on ebm riffs, jagged guitar riffs and cosmic disco's sense of lumbering funk to create usual hybrids. Similarly, "Time Time Damn!" is a left of centre disco workout laced with half-heard vocal samples and funky cowbells, while the MIO version leads the listener down a pulsing, but somewhat menacing route. "Tom Tom Collins" does see Tuliozi make reference to the tragic-comic melodies of Italo, but they are framed in an unusual fusion of dub-heavy textures and gloopy beats.
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