Today my new album has been released by Degenerate Trifecta, available both on CD and digitally.
The album consists of 10 Tracks where you will find a variety of sounds, vibes and styles.
Here is the promo text which defines it really really good,
Beautifully melodic, yet hard and stomping, iZueL_’s breakthrough album of German club techno, “We Will Never Be So Cool” is sure to make some waves. From the opening notes of “pt5-2” to the closing beats of “I Hope I Will Never See You On The Dancefloor Where I Am Playing (Brekhno)”, you’ll be treated to a plethora of sounds and rhythms which will infect your every muscle. Degenerate Trifecta is proud to present “We Will Never Be So Cool” by iZueL_. Don’t be afraid to dance, wherever you may be. 🙂
You can listen to it here,
About the photo of the cover, it was taken by FSS. You can find that “Cyborg Fabrik” if you walk around the river Isar, in Munich.
Maybe you find the title a little “cheesy”. I decided to use because I did not want to forget a situation experienced almost one year ago, while I was at Tresor with one of my best friends, Diana.
Maybe you already know it, or maybe not, but I have a Music Label too and it’s called Bombo Records 🥁
Maybe you are asking yourself right now “but what the fuck means “Bombo”?!
“Bombo” means drum/kick in Spanish. Because normally what I like best on a Track is the Kick, I decided that I had to tho something related with it. So my idea was to start with an only digital Label where all Tracks would be Kicks driven by. It has to be digital because I give a fuck about this planet. I don’t want to generate more harmful plastic. The second reason is that of the lengths of the Tracks are quite long. The third reason is that of money.
Because of money, I decided to master the Tracks by myself. After reading thousands of forums and watching YouTube Tutorials, I found my personal way to do it. And it was also nice because it forced me and I learned a lot (I have no technical sound studies). This doesn’t mean that I’ll never use professional mastering for other releases. From my point of view, I have spent/invested enough money in music without getting almost a €/$ back 😅
The characteristic sound of the label is raw hard-hitting loopy grooves, intended for Djs and the dancefloor. The Track’s duration is longer than normal on purpose. So if you play them, you don’t have to struggle with the Track mixing so much. Yes, I know that nowadays there are many options to make loops, but when I’m djing I prefer to have long Tracks.
You can find the Releases on the Bandcamp Site 👇 or in YouTube (use the search!)