Ruiz, Miguel: Climatery LP
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Miguel A. Ruiz is a veteran experimental/electronic musician from Madrid who has worked under numerous names since early eighties as Técnica Material, Orfeón Gargarín, Codachrom. Climatery was originally recorded in 1986 and published by the Madrid label Proceso Uvegraf and later again by Esplendor's Geométrico label. Industrial ethnic music like Muslimgauze, O Yuki Conjugate, some Cabaret Voltaire, the avant-garde world rhythms of Jon Hassell, mantric loops, and futuristic soundtracks. "Six long environmental themes with ethnic and exotic touches, within a repetitive minimalism and layers of Korg Polysix synthesizer, combined with loops created with incipient sampler, tribal rhythms, leathery and dragged mix with an amazing ease with the first techno, in addition to adding traces of Industrial music. To the mix we only need to add the connective tissue of experimentation and the avant-garde, which make each theme acquire its own distinctive body." Edition of 300.