Drone Records
Your cart (0 item)

CODACHROM - Plastinka

Format: 10inch
Label & Cat.Number: Geometrik GR 2129
Release Year: 2013
Note: project of EVGENY VORONOVSK (CISFINITUM) and the long active electronic musician MIGUEL A. RUIZ from Spain => incredible dry old school rhythm electronics, retro-futuristic lounge muzak for fans of very early analogue sounds, drum machines, vocoders... lim. 500
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €13.00

More Info

"First-class electronic-space-pop with retro flavor. A gem for fans of analogue electronics, old drum machines, vocoders...Two talents of current European electronic music together on a special project.

CODACHROM is the duo formed in 2012 by Eugene Voronovski and Miguel A Ruiz, from Madrid.

Voronovski is one of the most renowned musicians of the current Russian electronic music scene.

One of his most acclaimed projects is Cisfinitum, within the so-called industrial-drone-ambient scene.

He collaborated with Miguel A Ruiz in the past on the amazing "Ornaments" CD (Longs Arms, 2007).

Ruiz is one of the most noted Spanish electronic musicians since the early 80s. CODACHROM is a new electronic-rhythmic project, born out of the exchange of sound files between these two musicians, created with analogue drum machines, assorted synthesizers, modified video game consoles, vocoder and Eugene's processed violin.

Computers have only been used in the editing of the final sound but not in the composition process, which gives this record a freshness and a completely retro feel reminiscent of the electronic pop of pioneering artists, 70s space electronic disco music and 80s tecno-pop.

PLASTINKA is the perfect music for a space-themed party. It's inspired by moon craters, especially the great crater Tsiolkovskiy, located in the far side of the Moon, to the west of crater Gagarin.

That's where, from time to time, these two talents of current European music gather up and turn on their machines, offering spontaneous live shows to strange beings that rise up from the nearby craters.

With a bit of luck, the flickering lights of their synthesizers can be seen through a telescope from our planet." [label info]