Since the dawn of time, humans have strived to communicate the meaning of life, both with each other in the present and for those that would come after them; stories took the form of symbols and shrines, as evidenced by Egyptian hieroglyphs, Stonehenge, and countless other artifacts that remained long after their artists had left this Earth. Now, the enigmatic producer-idol entity has taken on the musical exploration of this ancient symbolic connection in his newest EP, “Monolith.” From the ominous opening of “Iconoclast” through the progressive waves of “Arp Makes Sphinx Purr” and the driving house aesthetic of “Desert Fire” to the eventual dark, soul-scraping synths of “Edifice,” BlackGummy serves as a sonic shepherd through a myriad of emotions. True to form, every nuance of “Monolith” is complex, challenging the status quo of both music and its interpretation. Released on Mau5trap, “Monolith” makes of a trifecta of BlackGummy’s previous – and equally intruiging – EPs, “Singularity” and “Impactor.”
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BlackGummy is neither person nor thing; it is an entity that was first born when Los Angeles-based producer Iman Marouf discovered BlackGummy during a trip to Asia and the Middle East. The man and the idol instantaneously became intertwined to the point that each was an extension of the other, and BlackGummy as we know him was created. The reclusive entity rarely leaves his home, where he produces long into the night, except on occasion to perform at venues for his legion of fans and to search the globe for additional clues as to BlackGummy’s origin. His most recent discovery was the Latin inscription “In perpetuum, salutem in omnibus locis; In omni loco, in omni tempore.” Rest assured, the search is not over, and thus neither is BlackGummy’s musical journey.
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Italian Techno DJ Recovering After Being Stabbed By His Own Father
Italian Techno DJ Joseph Capriati recovers from a stab wound to the chest after a heated argument with his father. Fortunately, the injuries didn’t cause a perforation in his lungs. The confusing incident occurred last Friday at his parents’ home. It is not our business to delve into the family/private problems of artists, however, it is a painful fact not to have the support of a loved one. Of course, this is offset by the infinite love of his millions of loyal followers.
Capriati’s team recently confirmed his rapid recovery in a hospital near the city of Naples.
The Italian Techno DJ who resides in Spain, traveled to his hometown for the holidays to visit his family. Sadly, his reception was steamed with blood. So far, it is known that his father (a 61-year-old retired police officer) has been arrested for attempted murder. Justice will have the last word to clarify this unprecedented event.
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New Music Producer From London, AINT Captivates With Downtempo Techno
AINT is a promising new producer from London. He shares with us one of his recent Downtempo Techno cuts, entitled “Site.” From start to end, I would dare to say it is smoothly captivating. Without question, it has been designed to sonically transport you to a parallel dimension.
Its dreamy aspect entices listeners due to the minimal hypnotic sounds on repeat. Furthermore, you can expect a fusion of tranquil oriental-style Ambient music and futuristic soundscapes reminiscent of Vangelis. On top of everything, the artist also has a deep love for Hard Techno and Electro. This means he is on a constant musical expedition and beyond his experimental approach, variety always offers more advantages.
His influences range from Umwelt, James Shinra, Helena Hauff to SAAH, and High Future. AINT may not be on the underground music world’s radar yet, but soon he will bring more surprises to the table. Get more updates on his socials below.
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This Is Damn Hypnotic! “Nu Acid” By HURTR Will Make Your Head Bang
Hurtr has been working their way up in the underground scene since 2010. The music production duo from Portland, Oregon just released “Nu Acid”, and as you can imagine, the title says it all. The seductive vocals from Heidi Hull merge with acid synths and pulsating beats in a hypnotic way. Consequently, this tune could transport you into another realm for just three minutes.
Evoking a sheer sense of joy with its progressive soundscape is the cherry on top. Likewise, “Nu Acid” aims to bring energy wherever it’s heard. Literally, if it doesn’t make your head bang, then nothing will. Throughout its dark and nostalgic rave vibes, these creative artists will leave you captivated. For this reason, all I can say is long live Techno! Take a listen right here.
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