Mp3 V/A - 5.0 Electrónica Mexicana Contemporánea
For the last year or so, “El Centro Cultural de España en México”, Spain’s Cultural Center, at the heart of downtown Mexico City, has become one of the city’s leading spots for contemporary Art and Music. Showcasing the constant output of the many cultural and artistic collectives that have sprout of late all over the country, it has become the epicenter of the thriving experimental electronic music scene in Mexico. To celebrate its fifth anniversary, it has issued an eleven-track compilation of forward-looking Mexican electronic music, from artists’ collectives and labels such as Spectre, Soundsister, Discos Invisibles, Static, Filtro, Abolipop and, of course, Konfort. The music ranges from the dark soundscapes of Denizen to the minimal techno of Cezna and Zofa. Different artists make for different takes on electronic experimentation: Lao adds a slice of dub, Abduct draws a soothing musical landscape with a sparse palette of synthetic sounds, Jack’s Son turns a two-step tune into a sonic sculpture of disembodied vocals and rhythm, and MHV hands the spotlight back to the melody. The final result is a heterogeneous family portrait of the current crop of sonic experimentalists in this land.
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