Releasing his first ever vinyl release El Sunset on James Holden's, Border Community back in 2007, Chilean producer Ricardo Tobar has since been held in high regard by the seminal UK producer. Continuing to extend his already significant discography, he now returns to Musar for a third time with the After The Movie EP. Ricardo's EP forms a selection of cuts that have been held in his locker for quite some time. Uncovered by Musar label head, David on a podcast from way back, it seemed only natural that this unreleased music from Ricardo would find it's home on the Amsterdam-Tel-Aviv label. Tobar on the release: "This EP is quite special to me because it reflects a long timeline in my work. The 'After The Movie' track had been in the vault for ages until David from Musar found it in an old podcast; it really takes me back to those first steps in recording music." Across his EP, Ricardo plays with varying textures and arrangements that in turn provide a cross-section of his sound that has expanded and developed over time. "After The Movie" presents the experimental ambience synonymous with his early works, whilst "Parques" brings an idyllic, cinematic feel with strictly crafted synth arrangements riding high, post-rock influences also show through. "Regain Your Power" represents a change of course, whilst also channeling a political message punctuated by social unrest taking place in Ricardo's home country, Chile. He abandons experimentalism in favor of tougher 4x4 elements, allowing his machines to run riot. "The mixture of ideas and feelings on this EP have a politically charged spirit, as electronic music always does. A few weeks after I finished 'Regain Your Power' the whole Chilean social explosion took place with the same ideals I had in mind when recording the track." Stepping up on the remix is a pair whose names are etched into the history of UK electronic music, Andy Turner and Ed Handley, aka Plaid. Reworking title track "After The Movie", they produce an emotive, soundscape complete with droning basslines and ex-terrestrial flourishes.
Releasing his first ever vinyl release El Sunset on James Holden's, Border Community back in 2007, Chilean producer Ricardo Tobar has since been held in high regard by the seminal UK producer. Continuing to extend his already significant discography, he now returns to Musar for a third time with the After The Movie EP. Ricardo's EP forms a selection of cuts that have been held in his locker for quite some time. Uncovered by Musar label head, David on a podcast from way back, it seemed only natural that this unreleased music from Ricardo would find it's home on the Amsterdam-Tel-Aviv label. Tobar on the release: "This EP is quite special to me because it reflects a long timeline in my work. The 'After The Movie' track had been in the vault for ages until David from Musar found it in an old podcast; it really takes me back to those first steps in recording music." Across his EP, Ricardo plays with varying textures and arrangements that in turn provide a cross-section of his sound that has expanded and developed over time. "After The Movie" presents the experimental ambience synonymous with his early works, whilst "Parques" brings an idyllic, cinematic feel with strictly crafted synth arrangements riding high, post-rock influences also show through. "Regain Your Power" represents a change of course, whilst also channeling a political message punctuated by social unrest taking place in Ricardo's home country, Chile. He abandons experimentalism in favor of tougher 4x4 elements, allowing his machines to run riot. "The mixture of ideas and feelings on this EP have a politically charged spirit, as electronic music always does. A few weeks after I finished 'Regain Your Power' the whole Chilean social explosion took place with the same ideals I had in mind when recording the track." Stepping up on the remix is a pair whose names are etched into the history of UK electronic music, Andy Turner and Ed Handley, aka Plaid. Reworking title track "After The Movie", they produce an emotive, soundscape complete with droning basslines and ex-terrestrial flourishes.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: MUSAR
Rel. Date: 01/31/2020
UPC: 5414165112907

After The Movie
Artist: Ricardo Tobar
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Releasing his first ever vinyl release El Sunset on James Holden's, Border Community back in 2007, Chilean producer Ricardo Tobar has since been held in high regard by the seminal UK producer. Continuing to extend his already significant discography, he now returns to Musar for a third time with the After The Movie EP. Ricardo's EP forms a selection of cuts that have been held in his locker for quite some time. Uncovered by Musar label head, David on a podcast from way back, it seemed only natural that this unreleased music from Ricardo would find it's home on the Amsterdam-Tel-Aviv label. Tobar on the release: "This EP is quite special to me because it reflects a long timeline in my work. The 'After The Movie' track had been in the vault for ages until David from Musar found it in an old podcast; it really takes me back to those first steps in recording music." Across his EP, Ricardo plays with varying textures and arrangements that in turn provide a cross-section of his sound that has expanded and developed over time. "After The Movie" presents the experimental ambience synonymous with his early works, whilst "Parques" brings an idyllic, cinematic feel with strictly crafted synth arrangements riding high, post-rock influences also show through. "Regain Your Power" represents a change of course, whilst also channeling a political message punctuated by social unrest taking place in Ricardo's home country, Chile. He abandons experimentalism in favor of tougher 4x4 elements, allowing his machines to run riot. "The mixture of ideas and feelings on this EP have a politically charged spirit, as electronic music always does. A few weeks after I finished 'Regain Your Power' the whole Chilean social explosion took place with the same ideals I had in mind when recording the track." Stepping up on the remix is a pair whose names are etched into the history of UK electronic music, Andy Turner and Ed Handley, aka Plaid. Reworking title track "After The Movie", they produce an emotive, soundscape complete with droning basslines and ex-terrestrial flourishes.