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Written by Guillermo Escudero   
domingo, 28 julio 2019

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Yair Etziony | “Ingress” | False Industries | 2019   Yair Etziony | “Ingress” | False Industries | 2019
El israelí Yair Etziony es uno de los pioneros de música electrónica de baile en su país, productor, compositor, curador y dueño del sello False Industries que reúne a otros artistas de la escena dark experimental electrónica como Eucalyptus, Scorpio 70, Ophir Ilzetzki y el propio Etziony, quien edita su quinto disco para este sello que tiene su base en Berlín. Con sus sintetizadores análogos, filtros y técnicas de mezclas Etziony compone cinco temas en los que produce densas atmósferas, sostenidos drones que permiten imaginar oscuras e inquietantes escenas cinemáticas. Aunque por momentos también es posible ver la luz en tracks como “A Residue of Optimism”. Etziony nos propone un viaje a vastos lugares, donde el horizonte es interminable, donde la imaginaciòn no tiene límites. 

Guillermo Escudero 
Julio 2019
 
Israeli’s Yair Etziony is one of the pioneers of electronic dance music in his country, producer, composer, curator and owner of the False Industries label that brings together other artists from the dark experimental electronic music scene such as Eucalyptus, Scorpio 70, Ophir Ilzetzki and the own Etziony, who releases his fifth record for this label based in Berlin. With its analogue synthesizers, filters and mixing techniques Etziony compose five pieces in which he produces dense atmospheres, sustained drones that allow to imagine dark and disturbing cinematic scenes. Although at times it is also possible to see the light on tracks like "A Residue of Optimism". Etziony proposes a trip to vast places, where the horizon is endless, where the imagination has no limits.

Guillermo Escudero 
July 2019

 

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