Simply titled "4th" - Emmerichk is back on Yuki Yaki. The aesthetics of the single sound, its destinctiveness and presence are more present than on its predecessor.
But nonetheless, the sounds do not seem to be forlorn. Every track is its own microcosm of noise, click and motion.
Always one leg on the dancefloor, the other in the lab, Emmerichk shows us his own definition of rhythm, groove and melody.
Emmerichk from Mexico has discoverd the world of electronic music at a very early age: His father was a great fan of electronic sounds. Thus, Emmerichk has known artists like Kraftwerk or Isao Tomita from childhood on.
At the age of 14 he had access to a sound studio and learned how to use mixers, drum machines and synthesizers. So he has tried to produce his own electronic music at that young age.
Later on, as an own music scene for modern electronics had been established in Mexico, Emmerichk learned to know many other artists that had similar interests and music styles. Together, they worked with their music and ideas and found adequate means to publish their music.
Emmerichk's music is a wilful mix of sound carpets, clicks-and-cuts and rhythmical micro-structures. Many tracks also adress dancefloor audience as minimal and dub techno elements are involved in these songs.
His debut "Frandalanke" has been published on the mexican label "filtro".
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emmerichk is freaking awesome!
Loved N2 tune, man...
I love this release, very nice, Thanks
Hey Emmerichk: de lo mejor que he escuchado ultimamente...
Miguel Picsel, 11.2008
I must lower the tone by mentioning that I've reviewed "4th" on my amateurish blog, Catching The Waves. And you were doing so well...
An other great YukiYaki release.
I will play these tracks in a minimal/chill session.
Project Swirl, 08.2008
one more time Emmerichk is delivering us an outstanding release. nice musical skill!
incredible sound! it's not often that you find that kind of releases nowadays.
felicidades m, está súper fino este nuevo release.
rafa villegas, 07.2008
Sweet new release! Keep it up!
The cover is part of the Nils Clauss ShowCase on Yuki Yaki.