By the mid-90's, he turned his attention also into the emerging world of electronic dance music. Gabriel started to collect records, dj and to experiment with electronic sounds and structures: playing old synths, loop-samplers and guitar fx. In 2002 he got his own computer and discovered the possibilities of bedroom producing and digital audio. He started to write and produce as Undo surfacing on the wake of the early 2000 electro-boom with a dancefloor bomb called "Mirrorball".
The demise of Minifunk (label where he was originally signed to) and a providential meeting with Vicknoise led to the creation of Factor City and, from then on, things snowballed: resident and artistic director at The Loft/Lolita Clubs in Barcelona, engagements all over the euro geography, a record label in full swing and a string of well received 12's (either solo, with Vicknoise or with MouseUp as Spare Time) and remixes for artists such as Ellen Allien, Akufen, Telex or Trisomie 21. Busy years that passed by really fast but cimented a solid reputation and a profile that only keeps on growing. 2006 sees him going even stronger with the release of his debut album "Despacio", a very personal affair showcasing his interests and influences; halfway between the living room and the dancefloor lies a collection of songs which take inspiration from both modern techno and the indie pop of his school days. A record which is nothing but a further proof of his unique approach to music making and a desire to tear down barriers.
Just undo it! 2) undo is Christof Migone and Alexandre St-Onge. Instrumentation: microphones. Site: mouths. The duo’s variations on the ‘microphone in the mouth’ theme (tape hiss on max, mumbled voices, sub-vocal sounds, etc) are like so many shades of grey.
Appropriately enough, the track titles are taken from Samuel Beckett’s “The Unnamable.” And the grey cover is something Beckett himself might have ‘warmed’ to. (Phil England, The Wire). 3) Undo band from Serbia, Trstenik, formed in january 2010, played a lot in a recent months, opened the Beer Fest in Vrnjacka Banja. Their music is fusion between blues, jazz and rock music. Current line up: Ivan Jovanovic-solo guitar, back vocals (Ivan Grozni, Simargal,Rasulo) Nenad Pesterac-rhytm guitar, lead vocals Mila Pavlovic-lead vocals Mladen Camagic-bass guitar (Dzem i sve, New Comunists,Talibani) Aleksandar Leposavic-keyboards Dragan Pelivanovic-drums (Dzem i sve,Rasulo,Rasulo,Talibani) 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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