Ayako Mori and Raul Alvarez release a new collaboration track “Forbidden City” on VA compilation by Paula Temple’s label “Noise Manifesto”
The title Forbidden City refers a chinese palace complex.
A book Ayako read when She was a child was so intensely beautiful that
She expressed it with electronic sounds and sampling voices.
This track has been 360º mixdown, mastering and special edit by Raul Alvarez.
Using custom ambisonics, M/S and psychoacoustic techniques to generate depth in the X, Y and Z axis.
That made her childhood image even more realistic.
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The VA compilation released by Paula Temple’s label
100% of the Income generated from this album will be donated to thebridge2hope.org/en/ – a registered not-for-profit in Amsterdam who focuses on supporting 30 people a year recovering from modern slavery.
Based in Aachen in Germany since 2015, Ayako Mori is a Japanese Techno DJ and producer, head of 3 labels (Physical Techno Recordings, Kalmary Records and Unbekannt/ Label)
She started her career in Tokyo around 2000 and then moved to Europe (Ireland, Poland, Germany), where she got very much involved in the local scenes as well as big events, such as ADE. She is currently a resident of Gegen Berlin at the infamous KitKat club and is playing all over Europe.
Born in Madrid in the 90’s, Raul Alvarez is a sound engineer, DJ & music producer involved in different projects in the last years performing in venues like Tresor, Sisyphos, Griessmhüle, Funkhaus …
Under different aliases; he has an extended catalog of several releases on diverse international labels such Ben Sims platform Symbolism, ARTS, Toolroom, Devotion, Elektrotribe or Fallen Metropolis.
Noise Manifesto proudly celebrates 10 years of subverting the techno sound with a fabulous 4-part compilation showcasing 18 artists. The artists were carefully selected for their unassuming brilliance and represent a broad spectrum of bodies and techno subgenres. This is a queer positive world Noise Manifesto was dreaming of in 2012 with only a Manifesto and music as a starting point. Now 10 years later, Noise Manifesto celebrates by bringing together artists from Syria to Poland, Japan to Netherlands, Northern Ireland to United States, the blooming queer collectives and the modern twisters of old school. This is a celebration of the interconnectedness of our scene. 10 YEARS of Noise Manifesto presents techno comprised of sonic storytelling (L Ʌ V Σ N, Linn Elisabet, Ayako Mori), classic (Hemka, Lindsey Herbert), punk (Angel Karel, Samantha Togni, Sentimental Rave), industrial (Jassass, Hybral, Lesser Of), fast-paced (OCD, WTCHCRFT), rave (RIOTCODE, Esther Dune), acid hardcore and gabber (Femanyst, Tymon).
To conclude the celebration there will be a bonus track from Paula Temple. 100%% of the income generated from this album will be donated to thebridgetohope.org – a registered not-for-profit in Amsterdam who focuses on supporting 30 people a year recovering from modern slavery. There will be showcase parties coming in 2023.
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