33 Form

by Pulsar Las Teclas

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«Pulsar Las Teclas — means to "press the keys" in Spanish — luckily this production is a lot more than some over-used laser beam sounding electronic button mashing. There is a dreamy, ethereal quality to Pulsar's beats that will hypnotize and keep you listening. This is gorgeous work.» — Ceschi Ramos (www.fakefourinc.com)

«Not being the biggest fan of instrumental hip-hop, I was a bit skeptical before listening to this. Fortunately, this record is a well conceived album, that is far from boring. The music stays interesting, and holds your attention. It is a textured album, worth many listens. A very nice surprise indeed...maybe I am a fan of instrumental hip-hop after all. DOPE!» — David Ramos (www.fakefourinc.com)

«Sounds dope and is put together well ... the transitions between songs, variety of sounds and moods are refreshing and caputure a certain nostalgic vibe.» — Factor (www.sideroadrecords.com | www.fakefourinc.com)

«I really like what Pulsar Las Teclas has done with "33 Form". It's a varied sound that holds the interest of the listener from beginning to end while keeping them guessing on what will happen next. This reminds me of some kind of dark soundtrack that would accompany a David Fincher film.» — Ryan Stinson (phonographique.com)

«Great release! Great atmosphere, a diverse bunch of moods and thoughts. This music makes you think, and the release being heard in the same breath. Remembered the words of James Lavelle (Mo'Wax, Unkle): "Rap it's a business, hip hop - the culture".» — Ezhevika (www.facebook.com/ezhevikamusic)

«Post rock doesn't surprise anybody anymore. The car is still afire, nobody is at the wheel and dark wind is still guarding streets. It seems that anybody who has a good hear for music can make abstract hip hop and almost everytime it appears to be listenable. This is why Anton and Sergei joined skills, synchronized emotions and produced integral nostalgic piece of work "33 Form", where instrumental hip hop is presented with contemplation of Explosions in the Sky» — Dmitry Vesnin (bigecho.ru)

credits

released 30 August 2012

Label: Cuntroll Records | cuntroll.ru

Guitar/Mastering: Holy
Guest vocals: Elake, Anna Ba

Photo: Artyom Vladimirov | www.facebook.com/die.morda.die
Art: Vladimir Shcheblykin | about.me/shcheblykin

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Pulsar Las Teclas Ростов на Дону, Russian Federation

Hi, we are two guys from Rostov-on-Don, Russia. Every morning, we are aware of recent criminal news. We love to watch Kitchen TV, and how to hypnotize and humiliate people on the streets. We don't like sobriety. The more absurd — the merrier. In between, we write music for imaginary films. ... more

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