Breath Of Tokyo EP
19th March 2017
Breath Of Tokyo
Around 2009, Barrel bought his first DJ program and teached the mixing himself. A short time later the first vinyls followed. Starting with Minimal to Deep Techno, he has found his very big love – “Techno”.
With his friend Visum he started the project Barrum and brought out titles like ‘ADSA’ and ‘La Superficie’ on the label MODUL.
In the past he had some gigs, but only through his joining at MODUL in the beginning of 2015, he got the opportunity to play gigs in Sweden, Belgium and Switzerland, for his international experience.
Also he could gain some festival experience at the Feel Festival and for sure he played in his hometown Berlin in clubs like the Humboldthain,the ARENA Club, in the Magdalena and intheTresor.
In 2016 he began producing his own tracks. In this time he recorded also podcasts for’Incubation’, ‘Culturalis’ and ‘TechnoihrFotzen’.
His first Solo track ‘Arystocat’ has been released at the compilation MOD010 on MODUL which came in the mid of July’16.
His sound is inspired by the harder, percussive styles of the late 90’s techno with some Acid and Trance influences.
And now, his first EP ‘Breathe of Tokyo’ will be out soon on the label ParadoxalRecords.
About Paradoxal Records
Created in 2014, Paradoxal Records is the product of a meeting between Candeed and Joon Feulster. DJ and producers, they wanted to gather various artists with good vibes, minimalist and underground inspiration with creativity into the same project. In 2016 One Ear reaches the management team.
About Breath Of Tokyo EP
Simon Hauert aka Barrel, young talented german artist has signed a deep and absolutely rich EP on Paradoxal Records. Dark but accessibly musical atmosphere, dissonant tones but still perfectly pleasant to listen to, simple though effective basslines, synthetizers echoing as in a street by night, typical sound of an elaborated and controlled inspiration, all those characteristics define as well Breath Of Tokyo EP as the common artistic signature for all the artists gathered within the label.
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