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Airaboi is Aitor Rabell’s solo project and an alias that has allowed this Valencia born electronic musician and producer -now residing in Berlin- to record a diary of emotive sounds since 2014.
After his brilliant debut EP “Endless Field”, released on his own label Banned In Vegas in 2016, Airaboi returns with "Dream In Motion". This extended EP was written and produced between Barcelona, Valencia and Berlin and reflects the range of emotions he experienced in uncertain times, when making difficult decisions about his future.
Tracks like "Nocturnal Animals" and "We'll Stay Here Forever" demonstrate how leftfield, dream house and experimental electronica can live in unison, incorporating a sentimental and nostalgic sound. The EP’s final track “Dream In Motion” was created during the time Rabell was relocating to Berlin to begin a new adventure. It provides a rollercoaster of raw feelings, combining perfectly with wistful undertones and all the innocence and joy of a child in a theme park.
Club Excursionista de l’Electrònica (C.E.E.) is a moral, spiritual and cultural entity founded in 1875 in Vall de Camprodon. C.E.E. includes thousands of anonymous members who are organized into subdivisions and enjoy Sunday excursions into nature to end the weekend, where the joys of nightlife give way to clean air and mountain pursuits.
C.E.E. can be described as "electronica folklorists", with a select catalogue of sounds from across the continent and beyond that represent an ethnographical journey through the most modern treatments of songs and popular dances practiced in clubs and tents all over the region.
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Drama Garden is light and airy with a carefree vocal hook on loop. Phone Calls has a sick groove with an unexpectedly heavy sub-bass you want to make sure your sound system can pump out. The thick melodic elements elevate the mood. The Kode1 Edit is just ridiculous. It's completely binaural with blips and knob twisting in one ear and distorted bass in the other. Plenty of crossfading and wild cuts are huge surprises to the listener. Futura is more standard Moiré off-kilter chugging Andrew Ireland