Barac / Baltazar - Drums EP

Last updated on May 18th, 2019 at 04:08 am

Barac / Baltazar – Drums EP [Shamandrum]

RomaniaÔÇÖs Barac has managed to change the perspective on the electronic underground in a rather short amount of time. His long sets left permanent marks on the most remote dance floors and his productions, under Moment, his own label, or established ones like RareshÔÇÖ Metereze, turned themselves into instant evergreens, even if they were played long before release.

Shamandrum is BaracÔÇÖs latest project, the label pairing up perfectly with the RomanianÔÇÖs residency at Underground Ibiza this year, the party series under the same name. And whatÔÇÖs the best way of launching the label if not featuring a track from Barac himself?

Deep, dark and rather difficult to understand in all its subtle tones, BaracÔÇÖs┬áPovestea Lui Teofan is a slow-paced tribal chant, cut with distorted voices and disturbed horror soundscapes. On the flipside, SpainÔÇÖs Baltazar takes the minimal drumming sequencing further on: Viento En Popa techno blood is pumped up through the listenersÔÇÖ veins, aided by melodic accents melted in acid house memories.

Aiming to reveal a different more drum-centric alter ego of Barac, Shamandrum sets sails with a 2 tracker that would definitely please the most pretentious dance floor ears.

Barac / Baltazar – Drums EP is still available at Misbits Record Shop, you can grab your copy from here

Artist:Barac / Baltazar
Title: Drums EP
Label: Shamandrum
Release date: 16.07.2018
Format: Vinyl-only


words by: Vixi

  1. […] is Not You”. With the recent dispatch of “One Who Can See In The Dark” EP on his Shamandrum imprint and “Le Dance Sans” EP on Drumma Records, Barac proves his skills once again […]

  2. […] the form┬áof “Masterplan EP” exclusively┬áon vinyl, the collaboration between him and Barac┬áenjoyed massive success, being heard at numerous┬áparties. The two have been spotted playing in […]

  3. […] launching a label was the proper next step in his career. Sharing the booth with names like Cezar, Barac, Priku and East End Dubs got him into experiencing the Romanian techno sound, which inspired him in […]

  4. […] support from the very best of the scene, as you can hear his tracks being played by Onur Ozer, Barac, Vera, Petre Inspirescu, Praslea, Cezar, and many many […]

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