CD Equipo: Simulaciones Revisited

simul_revisitedClang028, released October 2015, total time 51:33. After release “Simulaciones” [clang024] on March 2015, Juan Cristóbal Saavedra aka Equipo brings together nine artists from different cities of Europe and America – Copenhagen, Santiago de Chile, Barcelona, Montevideo, Lille, Valparaiso, New York and Montreal – for remix each track of the original album.


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Track list

1. Víctima del Panteísmo (Hans Tammen / Odd remix) – dur. 5:39
2. Encarnación Perdida (Monoblok remix) – dur. 6:09
3. La extinción del Ser Humano (Microfeel remix) – dur. 4:53
4. Libertad Ambulatoria (Never is your fault – Frank Benkho remix) – dur. 9:04
5. Exótica Pasión (Moraga remix) – dur. 6:32
6. Deserción Liminal (Lars Graugaard remix) – dur. 5:37
7. Corrupción de Principios (Cooptrol remix) – dur. 2:34
8. Instantes de Vacuidad (Vigliensoni rework) – dur. 5:33
9. Infatuación y Resiliencia (99 Blows remix) – dur. 7:26
Total: 53:31

Juan Cristobal Saavedra aka Equipo’s productions suggest the idea of a journey that takes us from the conceptual to the concrete where delimitations dissolve to the point where apparent opposites of style destabilise, join and mesh.

Always uncompromising, Equipo showed on his  LP ‘Simulaciones’ how he is able to constantly push further and, with a natural gesture of great abandon, replace surgical precision with organic and spellbinding textures. Nine artists from different cities across three continents – Copenhagen, Santiago de Chile, Barcelona, Montevideo, Lille, Valparaiso, New York y Montreal – are now offering each his re-interpretation of a track from ‘Simulaciones’.

While some artists-producers on ‘Simulaciones Revisited’ build up great densities, others focus on the dance-floor. If the structure and sparse melodies with rhythmic foundations and harmonious make-up was the carrying feature on the original release, this has now been substituted for excursions close to disco and electronica (Monoblok and 99 Blows), sophisticated ambient phrasing (Microfeel) and scintillating, new wave atmospheres (Moraga).

But even if the album’s sonic configuration is made up of several aesthetic approaches, the narrative essence of Equipo’s original work is intact. What we have in front of us is a work that neither moulds to the governing rules of entertainment nor to the unruliness of avant-garde experiments. Instead, we are carefully guided through a reformulation of a sonic offering in constant development.

Alejandro Serrano Sierra