After having drafted the very classy Mexican label Static Disco (Murcof, Fax…), signed the “Glandula ep”, rightly supported by the likes of Michael Mayer, James Holden or Dominik Eulberg, Cubenx a.k.a Cesar Urbina left his native Mexico for the German capital. You definitely “can’t throw [this] Stone”; it just stands for the perfect keystone between the progressive arcades of the English electronic scene and the abstract aestheticism of Berlin Techno.
The eponym title opens itself on the foundation of an almost oppressive BPM, progressively released by Acid bleep sounds toward a miraculous basilica of strong sensations. He spacialises energy and beauty, combines minimalist precision and psychedelic euphoria and signed an unstoppable dancefloors bomb. Quietened down, the synthetic and gradual ornaments of “Firecrackers” perform a perfect cheerful introduction to the luxurious garden of an electronica of the third millennium. Daring reverence to “Slowdive” long guitar riffs and Cocteau Twins’ “ Blue Bell Knoll”, “Morning After Gaze” invites the listener to a ride accross a fairy monument of astral waves and Clicks & Cuts, a jewel of sound architecture that concludes a new masterpiece of inFiné’s catalog.
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