BPM Magazine Review
Satamile Records delivers once again, with their super consistent, old school, gritty electro sound, this time with the aid of the prolific Boris divider. This Madrid native has previously released music on the Spanish Drivecom imprint as well as Mark Brooms Pure Plastic Label, in addition to having material licensed by electro master, Anthony Rother. With little fanfare and clean, straightforward production , Digital Mind, shows off the skills that have been turning these heads. Divider grabs the dancefloor by the bassbins and takes the listener back to the mid-90's, Dutch Murdercapital-meets-German Elektrolux sound-sparse, looming vocals punctuating the multiple sub basslines and delayed, dry 808 and 909 drum code. With track names like "Robot Skin" and "Digital Mind", its clear that the cyborg future is an inspiration for Boris sinister sound, and this four tracker achieves those ambitions quite methodically. (m50)
Bio: Electro producer Boris Divider develops a dark-minimal Electro style as a consequence of the man-machine atmosphere, the vision of an automated society and a world controlled by machines.
Born in Madrid (1975), his influences come on the one hand from the first ebm waves and the dark electronic scene and on the other hand from the old school electro and hiphop movement that appeared on the streets of his city in the early nineties, of course influences from the Electro founders Kraftwerk, or refreshing Anthony Rother´s earlier work as well as concrete sci-fi films and books like Blade Runner or Ghost in the Shell help him to reflect his vision. It was in 1992 when he started to make music with computers, sequencers and synths creating a several electronic projects. But finally Electro catched his attention at the end of nineties.
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