Explora
by Florian Kupfer

— Released 24th July 2015 on Technicolour

Florian Kupfer first burst into dance music consciousness with 2013’s insta-classic "Lifetrax", filling much of the subsequent two years with a flurry of singles (more on L.I.E.S., an anonymous but hotly picked-up white label edit of Sade, plus efforts for Rush Hour’s No ‘Label’ and W.T. Records) and DJ gigs across Europe, Australia, the USA and Russia.

He surfaces once again for Technicolour — Ninja Tune's singles label—with Explora, a four-track EP, brimming with ...

Florian Kupfer first burst into dance music consciousness with 2013’s insta-classic "Lifetrax", filling much of the subsequent two years with a flurry of singles (more on L.I.E.S., an anonymous but hotly picked-up white label edit of Sade, plus efforts for Rush Hour’s No ‘Label’ and W.T. Records) and DJ gigs across Europe, Australia, the USA and Russia.

He surfaces once again for Technicolour — Ninja Tune's singles label—with Explora, a four-track EP, brimming with punchy percussion, swatches of low-end menace, mechanical grind at a steady build, and a deep unidentifiable rumble. There is a certain darkness which pervades his body of work and Explora is no stranger to it, submerging the listener deep in the void somewhere between the crazed collectivity of the dancefloor and the inescapable solitude of the home that awaits. Inspired in equal parts by the solace of Berlin winter, dormant emotions following the 9/11 attacks and psychedelic experimentation, Kupfer proves once again that much magic can be made on a one-take hardware jam in his bedroom.

Explora
by Florian Kupfer

— Released 24th July 2015 on Technicolour

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12" (TCLR013)
 

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Tracklist

  • 12"
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Explora  (Slave)
  2. 2
    Headpiece
  3. 3
    Brute Force
  4. 4
    Shpel
  5.  
    Play All (4)
  1. 1
    Explora  (Slave)
  2. 2
    Headpiece
  3. 3
    Brute Force
  4. 4
    Shpel
  5.  
    Play All (4)
  1. 1
    Explora  (Slave)
  2. 2
    Headpiece
  3. 3
    Brute Force
  4. 4
    Shpel
  5.  
    Play All (4)

Florian Kupfer first burst into dance music consciousness with 2013’s insta-classic "Lifetrax", filling much of the subsequent two years with a flurry of singles (more on L.I.E.S., an anonymous but hotly picked-up white label edit of Sade, plus efforts for Rush Hour’s No ‘Label’ and W.T. Records) and DJ gigs across Europe, Australia, the USA and Russia.

He surfaces once again for Technicolour — Ninja Tune's singles label—with Explora, a four-track EP, brimming with ...

Florian Kupfer first burst into dance music consciousness with 2013’s insta-classic "Lifetrax", filling much of the subsequent two years with a flurry of singles (more on L.I.E.S., an anonymous but hotly picked-up white label edit of Sade, plus efforts for Rush Hour’s No ‘Label’ and W.T. Records) and DJ gigs across Europe, Australia, the USA and Russia.

He surfaces once again for Technicolour — Ninja Tune's singles label—with Explora, a four-track EP, brimming with punchy percussion, swatches of low-end menace, mechanical grind at a steady build, and a deep unidentifiable rumble. There is a certain darkness which pervades his body of work and Explora is no stranger to it, submerging the listener deep in the void somewhere between the crazed collectivity of the dancefloor and the inescapable solitude of the home that awaits. Inspired in equal parts by the solace of Berlin winter, dormant emotions following the 9/11 attacks and psychedelic experimentation, Kupfer proves once again that much magic can be made on a one-take hardware jam in his bedroom.