With a combination of sophistication and intelligence, Ramiro explore along years, deeper and Pop sounds, connecting directly his audience hearts." For that reasons Microesfera is one of the southern cone most visible and forward thinking electronica dance acts. Alejandro Amo and Ramiro Larrain are Microesfera, part of Buenos Aires’ techno scene since 1997. Always on the edge of music production, Alejandro and Ramiro have also produced more experimental fare as Vlisa (their beat less alter ego), becoming in the process a top electronic music production team in Argentina. As restless thinkers that Alejandro and Ramiro are, Microesfera projects always have some type romantic concept behind the music, lacing their releases with an almost innocent sense of criticism and humor.Taking the techno vein and slashing it with house and micro sounds, Microesfera started releasing EP’s on independent labels in their country in the late 90’s. After that they self released the “Illusion ” album on their label Droop Discos in 2002 a year after their “Reconstrucción” album for their Vlisa project.In 2005 Microesfera released two EP’s on Japan’s Mule Electronic label (with by Mike Shannon and Gustavo Lamas) which are distributed worldwide by Kompakt. At 2006 Microesfera debuts on Static Discos, with his second album “Negative”, is a collection of tracks which are transmuted into micro techno sounds that create a reverse mesh of avant dance aesthetics.
The album completes itself with 3 remixes from up and coming Latin American producers, Receptor (Chile), Fax and Latinsizer (both from Mexico). After 2011 The Argentinean duo before resizing to a one man project with Ramirro Larraín. The duo parted amicably with Alejandro Amo focusing now on his career as a graphic designer and personal business. This fact marks a new era for Microesfera, where all the principles of his detailed sound design come into full circle and impact with a more subdued and pop sound and feel. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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