Techno | Synthwave | Electro
Set Theory Record
DJ & Producer
Few artistic projects combine perfectly the most exquisite electronic music and the power of guitars. One of them, perhaps the most representative of the catalan scene, is Killin’sÜrcos, a duet born with the vocation to mix from the most forceful techno, to the most elegant synthwave, including the classic new wave bands or the electro with 80’s essence and vibe , in the post-punk style.
Killin’s Ürcos love the vinyl, format which the duet present in all their sessions, in addition to investigating in production, not only remixing other artists (Suomo, Teenage Fantasy and Captains, trackthatwill be published in the same record label), but also creating their own songs, a faithful reflex of the spirit “TechnoB2BGuitars” that define this couple of artists.
Barcelona residents, Killin’s Ürcos is a project well known in Catalonia booth like Depósito Legal, a club where they play once per month, Garage 442, Olivia Vermutería, Sala Lennon’s, Calamar and Razzmatazz. They were part of the line up of festivals as the music meeting organized byScannerFM, radio station in which they often collaborate) or Maremagnum Fest, and also participate in streamings like the one realized in TheBass Valley (Gijón).
In 2018 their are part of Ønírica roster to expand horizons and jump to others big stage in the international electronic music scene.
Catalans Killin ‘Ürcos release their first EP, an album titled M25 in honor of the British Orbital that includes two original songs by the couple and eight remixes of one of the songs signed by a lot of Spanish artists of different styles such as Ylia, Brunetto, HD Substance, Wooky, Dj Bruce Lee, Delusions, Structweird and NRZ & Simone.
“They tell about the performance of Orbital in the festival of Benicàssim of ’96, that the indies of the time were so scandalized, that they even threw a bottle onto the stage, we were in the same venue, but in 2001, on Sunday, August, and when “Belfast” sounded something changed forever in our vision of electronic music “, Killin ‘Ürcos explained in the press release.
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