Train Station Philosophy

by Moisees

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Mexican imprint Duro is back with a new EP from Moisés Ramírez aka Moisees, co-founder of the label. 'Train Station Philosophy' is the name of the seventh release: three acid infused tracks designed for the dance floor.

After a couple of different aliases (Silver Light, Blackout) and a few years confined in office work, Moisés is finally back into the studio again. This EP narrates his latest months there, a chaotic and strange moment in his life but with meaningful learning moments.

Opening the pack is "Going To Nowhere", a rolling drum six minute track with a defying flute melody that sounds like a call to war in an ancient tribe. The mood of the track feels bold, like when you bravely face yourself with your own disastrous reality.

Next is “Little Changes” a happier and energetic track with rolling drums, shaking synths and a laser solo synth that unfolds into a sawtooth wave synth climax.

Last is “Train Station Philosophy”, a raw-acid track with Japanese vocals and odd synthesizers. The mood feels eagerly disoriented, reminding that moment before you finally find some clarity in life.

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released July 28, 2017

Moises Ramirez Olvera

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Duro Mexico

DURO is an electronic music label founded by Mateo González (Bufi / Theus Mago) and Moisés Ramírez (Moisees) in 2016. It is created in response to the need to provide an exposure for music producers, mainly from Mexico’s and Latin America’s electronic thriving techno / house scene, interested in showcasing an independent, leftfield and expressive approach to dance floor electronic music. ... more

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