techno and few other intelligent things

my new ep “Perturbation Stolidity” is out!

Perturbation Stolidity is the title of my new ep released by Toffler Music Entertainment is out on Beatport Exclusive (unfortunally will be available only there for the first month).

Perturbation Stolidity cover


The release contains five tracks of deep and contemporary techno. Low ends and driving bassdrums set the mood for speculating over contemporaneity.  

Perturbation Stolidity is a snapshot of global phenomena such as climate change, economic inequalities, social conduct but also an intimate and disillusioned personal flash of light and a critique of our personal behavior.

Everywhere we assist a call for stronger control. We are threatened by financial crisis, morale breakdowns, extreme pollution, political new-populism all of them we believe are consequences of a deregulated system.

Closure/Occlusion: The act of closing or the state of being closed. The strategy of closing down your domain is used to keep dangers out. Physiological barriers like membranes or tissues are mechanisms that block the passage of certain substances, in the same way physical barriers are meant to protect countries, pieces of land from migration, interbreeding, or free movement of individuals or populations.

Contemporaneity is dark and uncertain. People lost value on behalf of greedy agglomerates of power and wealth.

Cities are drawing in poverty and darkness, no breathable air, not a wink of wild nature and life.

The collapse of modern civilization seems always more imminent while society keeps waiting for it with stolidity.

To work, to produce, to obey, to delegate. This are all actions humanity has learned to fulfill everyday while living in separation looking to personal glorification and self indulgence. Our specie lost contact with the biological part of its being. Hours spent in segregation makes us proud of our own achievements and jealous as only we can enjoy them. The reach for safety erects barriers responding to the insiders/outsiders distinction that we postulated for us to feel part of a definite system. The lack of sharing, despite echoes of social computing attracting us like zombies on a fresh meal, stops the awareness of cooperation between people.

We’ve lost the route and the imagination, feeling we’re terribly clueless: no values, no certainty, hopes or visions.

We share thoughts in our private nightmare.”

Track “Bankruptcy Showbiz” contains a sample from “(Move it) to the big bang” by Steve Rachmad; thanks a lot to Mr. Steve Rachmad and Music Man Records for making possible to use the sample.

Gabe DM and TME thank you for reading and listening to his music. Also Gabe will be proud of you if you stop being selfish and lazy and start to ACT: be vegan, be fair and be a rebel.

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“Twelve Grapes” included in Revox’s TWO, a superb compilation!

Right at the end of 2011 Revox Records released a compilation called TWO featuring many artist from their rooster, including my track called Twelve Grapes.

The compilation is really great with lots of friends featured: Chris Venola, Jesse Oo Roc, Eddie Hu, Eric Reivolp, Chris Carini, Sinus O, so fojust 10 bucks you get 13 original tracks to start the year in a deep and fresh way.

my track is called Twelve Grapes and it’s a deep and slightly dub tech tune. it contains a field recording of my friends at the 2010 new year’s eve party we had at our house during wich we followed the spainsh tradition of the “campanadas” or “uvadas” consisting in eating 12 grapes over the last 12 seconds of the year. Definitely it was fun and we were all mouth fulled with grapes and laughs. I love my friends and I wanted to celebrate them this way 🙂


here’s Twelve Grapes for you to listen:



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Something Leninist included in IPO//030. a superb compilation

Ipoligica Recordings’ guys are back with this excellent compilation featuring many great producers and friends.

IPO//030 is available now only at beatport Exclusive (bhuuuuu) but will be sold on every major web music store shortly, so for all of you who don’t have a beatport account (or just hate beatport) be patient and wait for your favourite web store to sell this compilation in the near future.

the compilation contains “12 tracks by 12 different artists. A concept where the pure electronic music and experimental (Gianluca Angelini – boss at ANG rec, Giulio Maresca – boss at Ipologica Recordings, Miquel Salla) through the deep sounds (Gabe Dm, Alveol, Enrico Sedda, Yuuki Hori, Gabriele Brunno – boss at NGB) and dub-techno sounds (Ness, Gale Talk) ending up in things hybrid, more acid (Kawatin) and mental (Fabio Sestili – also boss at Ipologica Recordings). An image of a beautiful label that has as a common denominator: the love for the sound class and its roots in electronic music”.

I really like the music in this compilation, particularly the first track scored by Alveol, which is a great producer and a very sweet guy.

I would like to make a special mention to the track called Soundtrack by Giulio Maresca who shows here his more intimate and delicate side, he’s not only a fine techno dj but also a great producer with a good taste and strong technique.

personally I also like the track by Miquel Salla, it’s got good synths sounds, sparkling hats and stompig kick. I also like the Ness’ one it’s got his particular dub touch which defines his style.

my track?…it’s just a piece of vintage sounding sovietic dancefloor stomper 😀 (or at least this is what I imagine sovietic youth to dance in their uniform when they party on the 23 of february for the day of Indipendence). this is it:

comment or criticize it if you feel like 🙂


in the end… the compi is great and you should buy it as a christmas gift for your top quality seeker friends 🙂 I am so proud to be part of it!


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