Dr. Brodsky
Llueve cuando me muera
FMX 002

In “Llueve cuando me muera” you can hear the result of experimentation with tropical beats that dance with mystical and deep background textures within a seemingly exclusively Acid-Techno panorama, but where in fact rhythms from the Colombian Pacific are explored, such as Currulao, Chandé and Bullerengue, interpreted by analogue and digital synthesizers. Dr.Brodsky had already shown us a foretaste of this tropic / dark mix of rhythms in his past Ep "Digital Chants", although that time his focus was more on Cumbia. I hope you enjoy these 20 mins trip that will open a portal in your minds where the humid Colombian jungle and the icy Berlin connect as one.

Contains samples:

Inácio de Loyola Luna Galván (untitled)
Aguacerito llove - Liliana Montes

Dr. Brodsky
Dr. Brodsky

Dr. Brodsky wanders around different countries, mental states and the multiverses of Yagé. His music condenses the sublime and ethereal matter of his dreams and travels materialized through subdermal bass lines, cadenced ancestral rhythms born from the Magdalena River and nuanced with lo-fi samples. His dark sound is sometimes hypnotic, frenetic and bizarre but always enveloping and mystical.

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Folcore Records is a label based in Barcelona (Spain), dedicated to publishing works of djs, musicians and producers who blend electronic music and earthly sounds. With more than 7 years of life, Folcore Records has published more than 85 albums of artists coming from all over the world, with a special focus on the new sounds of Latin America.

In the Folcore Records catalog you can listen to different genres and subgenres such as Global Bass, Tropical Bass, Nü World Music, Woombia, Cumbia Bass, Digital Dub, Andean Electronic Music, Neofolk, WorldtronicaFolktronics, Electropical, Dumbia, Rub-A-Dumbia , Future, Juke, Footwork, Slowmo, Eclectic, Ethno Techno... and many more styles than any tag could describe.