Oscar Mulero Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
Remix pack from PoleGroup/Warm Up boss and prolific techno veteran Oscar Mulero. This second 12” of Pattern Series album reworkings features takes from Taapion’s Shlømo, Enklav’s Chevel the minimal maestro Donato Dozzy himself. Deep, winding and ready to make a dent on any dedicated dancefloor.
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If you liked Oscar Mulero’s recent material than you really owe it to yourself to check out this release, in which his juicy tracks get subjected to total refits by the powerhouse remix line-up of Silent Servant, Cassegrain and Kangding Ray. Contents - Patter Series 4 Remixes Part 1 E (what a catchy title) contains the goods, and is available from Warm Up.
Can’t wait for the imminent Oscar Mulero full-length Perfect Peace? Well, you can sate your need for powerful Mulero productions with the six tracks on Acceptance, which should be more than enough to bring pleasure to you hard-techno devotees. Deep propulsive sound-masses from a club don. 12” EP from Madrid’s Semantica label.
Basking underneath an Atlantic-sized ocean of depth, is Oscar Mulero's 2016 EP - Hyperbolic Paths. As always with Mulero - Rhythmic, murky and starkly minimal, showcased by tracks such as Inclination and Eccentricity, this offering bares all the hallmarks of premier Detroit techno.
Christian Wunsch / Oscar Mulero / Sleeparchive
The Spirit Molecule
'The Spirit Molecule' is the brainchild of electronic artists Oscar Mulero and Christian Wunsch, a collaborative 12" on Tsunami (Wunsch's very own home label), that brings together two individually composed tunes. As if that wasn't enough, they're joined by minimal techno artist Sleeparchive, who contributes a tune to keep things moving. An electronic supergroup making tunes on their own.
On his newest EP, Oscar Mulero once again showcases his talent in the steady heavily manipulated techno-thump department. While arpeggiators dance around your head, the beat drones on. And then there’s another two remixes, one of title track Electric Storm by Sigha, and Cave by Tommy Four Seven.