A glimpse into the future with AZ-Rotator
Wednesday, 14 April 2010 22:49
AZ-Rotator performing at Madrid's ARCO fair

Madrid's AZ-Rotator can't be separated from his machines: it's been only a few weeks since Discontinu released his free "Spam" net release, and yet he is back twisting his knobs for a new release on Ad Noiseam. After his "Science Of Chance" debut and the "Freaky Vintage Disco Breaks" EP, this will be the return of the spanish wizkid to Ad Noiseam after three years spent releasing a collaboration on Japan's Hypermodern, an album on Lovethechaos, a 3" CD on Disco.r.dance and two free netreleases '(or giving interviews to Sennheiser or performing for Sonic Youth, or doing sound-design for web2.0 movie trailers, or being interviewed by one of Spain's main radio stations).  

There's still a long time to go before we can put your hands on this new material by AZ-Rotator, but here's a free track already, "Redycom Flow", which should show you where the new recordings are headed. It seems like Uge Ortiz has the dancefloor clearly in mind with this insanely catchy, melodic and booty-shaking track.

Here's the track, which you can also download here. Listen to it loud, and dance the day (or night) away.

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