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"- Tokio, Japan"



"Beautiful! Excellent blend of music, I love it! Absolutely fantastic!"


- Ryo Utasato


"- Sidney Australia"

"Very well produced tracks. Great use of electronic instrumentation."

- The Mad Pride


"- Singapore SG"



“ 'The son of the sun' has a very good understated and modern vibe to it. One of the best 'lounge' style tracks I've heard in a long time. Love the beat! ”

- The Raw Fish


"- West Huntspill UK"

"I listened with the fear of being let down with the same old same old but on the first bpm I am astonished at your musical ability and the ore struck by your control of the musicality atmosphered creations every tracks a sonic work of art". - New Musical Show Songs


"- Philadelphia, USA"

“THE SON OF THE SUN cuts through the genre clutter like a hot knife through butter. At once powerful and poignant, groove-a-licious and drivingly cool, this, like the rest of your tracks, is a signpost at the corner of Funk avenue and Groove boulevard. ” - David Namerow


"- London UK"

"Can certainly hear the free, spontaneous rhythm influences of Chemical brothers in these bold and imaginative tunes..great snare pattern and electro synth textures for "The hard ways of freedom".. And digging that gated guitar adding it's own rhythm element too.. Very cool, skilful electronica vibes! " - Mike White Presents


Discography

LP - Elmer Pastorius - The Hard Ways of Freedom

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"Elmer Pastorius - The Hard Ways of Freedom" is a project by the producer and independent musician Rubén Navarro, who comes from being active in several Rock bands in several years as a guitarist, bassist and keyboardist. A time as a DJ, and a childhood inclined to the Rap genre, that combined and applied these experiences to an environment of electronic instruments, have resulted on this proposal with order within chaos and chaos within order.

With this 11 track album offers an this experimental project grounded in abstract forms nourished by delays, frequency, panning and a large amount of etceteras, that refuses to respect musical boundaries and genres defined. That comes from the combination of technology, psikodelia and voluntary and involuntary lack of expertise of Music, but that applies the most creative capacity to extract sounds to anything real or virtual, with basic sources and simple remedies, such as it is a "mobile phone hands free" (one and only external recording device) with no computers no wires, without any instrument but a single app.

The Hard Ways of Freedom in its eclectic play takes us to different places in space and time, with their shrill sounds and vibes drawn from different times of the Synth. His tracks consist of a journey from the Electronica, Avantgarde, Jazz and Rock, to Dance, IDM Techno and Synth, making it a bold debut and honest by its free creation nature.

Influences: Depeche Mode, Kraftwerk, The Chemical Brothers, Daft Punk, Radiohead, The Prodigy, Telepopmusik, Pink Floyd, Cornelius, Buena Vista Social Club, Enigma.