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Артист: Andre Sobota Название: Tokyo Dawn / Move Жанр: House Год выхода: 2013 О музыке:
nFo about the artist
Andre Sobota lacks for very little in the world of electronic music. With a resume that blows many of
his peers out of the water, and a music catalog that boasts not only quantity and quality, but diversity also, the man can rest comfortably in the
success that he has achieved in his relatively short years. Yet he continues onwards to greater heights of musical mastery, having been deterred by
very little, and continues to give both himself and his home-country even greater repute within the scene, as one of the leading Brazilian names of
electronic music in the 2010’s.
Raised in the populous city of So Paulo, Brazil, Sobota’s musical sensibilities were groomed from the point of childhood. Whether it be through an
encouraging family, musically diverse environment, multiple sources of local inspiration, or all the above, Sobota’s skills bloomed in the rich
soils of his community and culture. After moving through instruments like the flute, and finding a strong affinity for the guitar, he played in
instrumental rock and jazz bands as a teen, and later found his start in electronic music through the drum and bass scene of his native city.
Though music-making under his real name would follow in years to come, Sobota released his first album in 2002, and subsequently toured, as part of
the band progressive rock band, “Shine”. However, after hearing a drum and bass mix by DJ Patife, he would change his musical trajectory, and go
on to release his own original material under his successful “Bungle” moniker, with the first of many releases occurring in 2005, such as “Yes I
Know” and “Back To Life“. In fact, 2005 saw Sobota’s career elevate on many levels, with the release of Bungle’s breakthrough underground
classic, “25th Floor”. Being named “Best Brazilian Producer” and “Composer of the Best Brazilian track” of that year put him on the global
map of rising talents, and his subsequent musical feats in years to come would cement his reputation even further. With the 2011 release of his first
Bungle album, “Memories” Andre left very little ground uncovered in delivering one the arguably most surreal and non-conformist drum and bass
albums in recent times, to universal acclaim among fans and critics alike.
As stated, it was only a matter of time before, Andre would branch out from drum and bass, and find himself experiencing similar, if not greater,
success in the world of techno and progressive house music, with releases under his real name starting in 2008. It didn’t take more than a year
after that for the likes of Eric Prydz’s label to come knocking for a release, though this would occur a few years later. Specifically, 2012 would
become a landmark year of said releases across a variety of labels, from the top-dance labels such as Pryda Friends (“Voyager” EP) Toolroom
Records (“Saviour EP”) Anjunadeep (“Out Of Reach” remix) to more underground labels like microCastle (“Surrounded By Time EP”) and System
Records (“Beginnings EP”). This, of course, would not have been made possible if not for the fact that many of the world’s leading DJs and
producers were fans of his work, from Eric Prydz to Above Beyond, and Kaskade to Pete Tong. Having caught the attention of everyone from label heads
to A R agents has resulted in several remix opportunities for everyone from underground acts like DNYO to dance music stalwarts like Jody Wisternoff,
and even megastars like Coldplay and Rihanna (“Princess of China”). His own music has also received remix treatment from the likes of 16 Bit
Lolitas, Henry Saiz and Electric Rescue.
2013 hasn’t seen Sobota slow down in the least. In fact, the opposite is the case. In 7 months, Andre has already offered up 4 EPs and 2 singles,
with material having been previewed. Having his music appear in the BBC Radio 1 Essential Mixes of artists like Mat Zo, claiming several chart
positions on Beatport, and having his music on the iTunes #1 album “Anjunadeep 05”, are only a few musical attainments of the year. Of course,
with his undeniable talents and unblemished track record for creating quality music, it would be an understatement to say that this year or next year
would be his greatest year. If there’s one thing you should have learned by now, is that Sobota constantly tops himself, and each year that comes is
likely to offer up successively greater feats by one of progressive house’s and DnB’s greatest contributors.
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Artist: Andre Sobota
Title: Tokyo Dawn / Move
Catalog Nr.: ANJDEE178D
Style: Deep House
01. Andre Sobota - Tokyo Dawn (Original Mix)
02. Andre Sobota - Move (Original Mix)
Формат: MP3 Битрэйт: 320
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