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MISLEADING DISCLOSURE, Total Analog Electronic Music
Beat Machine Records, Italian record label focused on electronic music, announces the release of Misleading Disclosure, the new EP of the Bicycle Beat.
On July 18 the EP will be available in all major digital shop and streaming services.
Misleading Disclosure (that has already received a good attention from critics) is characterized by effected voices, melodic synths with a Nineties sound, a prominent bass which is protagonist of a typical dance / house groove. All through the exclusive use of analog instruments that carry the listener through a great listening experience, where the Nineties atmosphere are mixed with a modern and underground sound.
Pornography, Midi, Time For Sex and Fashion Salamandra are the original song by the Bicycle Beat and the two remixes are made by the American trio Pittsburgh Track Authority and the Croatian beat maker Josip Klobucar.
If the first offer us a more typical House version of Pornography, Klobucar reassembles Fashion Salamander in a beat style with shades of jazz.
Full streaming EP here: http://music.beatmachine-management.com/album/bmr005-bicycle-beat-misleading-disclosure
Time For Sex
Pornography (Pittsburgh Track Autority remix)
Fashion Salamandra (Josip Klobucar remix)
Electronic music project born in 2008.
Bicycles plays Analogue Live_Set (no laptop), absolutely inedited , with synths and " machines", daily objects and toys : this is a regressive way that backs to the origins of music.
Bicycle Beat are:
Narrow (Ignazio Leone) = Vox / Synthetizers / Loop Machines
Bob Wallace (Saverio Russo) = Drum Machines / Groove Box
Dom P (Domenico Piccolo) = Electronic Drums / Percussion
PITTSBURGH TRACK AUTHORITY:
techno / house project of the American trio (Preslav Lefterov, Thomas Cox, Adam Ratana), born in 2010, but that is already making headway into the underground clubbing scene all over the world, so much so that in April theyʼ ll go on tour in the Old Continent;
Croatian artist who has just released his debut mini-album "Fallback Functions" (4lux Records), which cleverly mixes in his productions hip hop beats with jazz sounds and abstract electronic, earning the right to be part of that beats scene that is spreading in the Balkans during the last years.