The weekly podcast series invited Hatari to take you on a sound journey and her warm response is a special set composed of her own productions, mostly from her upcoming album.
“It’s my first album, first long play, where I selected 10 tracks within 244 productions I made between 2019 and 2022. This selection doesn’t show everything that I do, but it tells the story of something that is deep in my heart. I have loved these sounds since I was a kid but back then I didn’t know how to cook them. Now I am able to make the music I want, the music I hear in my head. This album is about resilience, it’s about going to the studio, feeling horrible, and coming out cured, and full of light. It’s about real life. It’s about going to places you wouldn’t go.”Hatari
feeder sound 351 mixed by Hatari commences with bubbly specks of spine-tingling sounds, slowly heading into a lightweight rhythm layered with emotions while creating space for deep and introspective soundscapes. Enjoy! 🔊
Hatari has contributed the “Aerials” track to our humanitarian endeavour – the Peace in Ukraine VA – vol. III, which is also present in the feeder sound podcast. If you are heading over to Unum Festival 2022, on the Albanian Riviera, you can enjoy Hatari’s set, amongst the 90 artists who will play the extended festival from Wednesday 1st – Monday 6th June.
Hatari is a multi-faceted artist: dj and live performer, producer, and sound designer, she has been developing for more than ten years a rich and polymorphous universe moving with finesse between dance-floor, conceptual productions and contemporary art.
Music here is a family story and Hatari fell into it from the cradle. Her mother, a pop artist from the Brazilian counter-culture, then a magic potion: drums and percussions that she studied with the Italian jazzman Francesco Miccolis. Not older than thirteen apples, she fiddles with her stepfather’s old Yamaha sequencer, using the manual as a bedside book. A Hip-Hop adolescence, a lifelong love for House, Techno and Drum’n’Bass and the picture is set.
These first impressions resonate today in a production underpinned by a fundamental interest in the question of established musical formats and an immoderate taste for their deconstruction. Hatari conceives her music – porous, organic, resolutely uninhibited – as a permanent field of research and playground.
The studio becomes a laboratory, highly enjoyable, and Hatari has an undeniable talent for alchemy: home-made concoctions of algorithms and synthesis racks against a background of field recordings at the end of the room, polyrhythmic emulsions or Afro-Brazilian invocations with multiple echoes, the toolbox is as big as the world.
This particular approach to sound and its construction naturally fuels the heart and engine of her dj sets and marathon live performances. Micro-tensions, enlightened minimalism and textured echoes. Hatari likes to tell stories and her sound palette is CinemaScope.
About feeder sound
feeder sound is a showcase of local and international talent alike, comprised of DJ sets and fresh tunes meticulously curated in a sound collection that promotes mutual recognition and cultural exchange between musicians worldwide. Visit the project’s pages, feeder sound, EP reviews and exclusive premiere to find out more about the current and future activities.