Meet some sonic cheerfulness in Cantor upcoming 'Convergence EP' to be out via his own label Underground Pacific.
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Meet Cantor, a producer that began to play Techno in the early 90s, after he naturally converted from punk and indie, inspired by Detroit sounds. His music encompasses sounds coming from italo disco, Detroit techno, post punk and new wave.
After releasing on Correspondant, Trafico Music, Motordiscs and Nothing is Real, the new Cantor EP entitled ‘Convergence’ is published by his own label Underground Pacific. With his label, this artist want to expose productions cross the barriers between different underground cultures and musical genres.
Convergence EP is an emblematic rendering of Cantor’s attitude in sonic form – a sampling from his consciousness. Pared down to four arresting tracks, influenced by new wave and post punk, including an acid remix by the legendary Alexander Robotnick, Convergence presents auditory concepts through which to explore the fundamentals of Cantor’s music: distortions, psychedelia, romanticism and sonic cheerfulness.
The vinyl edition is carefully tended featuring a unique contribution of the Italian artist Fabio Baggio (artbajo).
Underground Pacific will release 'Convergence EP' on June 22nd, 2020 in Vinyl & Digital formats. Stay tuned.
Label: Underground Pacific
Remixer: Alexander Robotninck
Title: Convergence EP
Format: Vinyl & Digital
Release Date: June 22nd, 2020
Cat. No. UP001
Distribution: Bordello A Parigi
03. Dusty Knights
04. Recurrent (Alexander Robotnick Remix)