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The Lost Boys // Exiles Of Mars 2x12"

The Lost Boys // Exiles Of Mars 2x12"

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Techno artists The Lost Boys from Valencia, Spain, who have released on Subsist and other labels in the past, will be joining the Valencia techno label in June 2023.This is a 2-disc 12" released by HC Records.

Contains 8 floor-friendly electro songs (4 originals and XNUMX remixes).

A1 rework by Boris Divider.
B1 remix by Estrato Aurora.
C1 remix by Dark Vektor.
D1 remix by Filmmaker.

*If you would like a digital sound source, please feel free to contact us.


Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more HC Records releases available at Tobira. 

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Ask us for digital files. 2x12" black vinyl. Edition of 200.

Tracklist:

  1. A1.The Lost Boys - Wall Of Bricks (Boris Divider Rework) 06:10
  2. A2.The Lost Boys - Wall Of Bricks 05:21
  3. B1.The Lost Boys - Exiles Of Mars (Estrato Aurora Remix) 07:18
  4. B2.The Lost Boys - Exiles Of Mars 05:16
  5. C1. The Lost Boys - Bust My Moves (Dark Vektor Electro Escuadrón Remix) 07:16
  6. C2.The Lost Boys - Bust My Moves 05:50
  7. D1.The Lost Boys - Data Recovery For Brains (Filmmaker Remix) 05:32
  8. D2.The Lost Boys - Data Recovery For Brains 07:17

HC Records:

"In the center of deep space we tune in to the radio broadcasts from an old Class T interstellar spaceship. The emissions endlessly resonate the frequencies of the seventeenth release on the label HC Records by one of the titans of the Valencian scene, The Lost Boys, new pseudonym of the DJ and producer Raszia.

With releases on labels such as Bass Agenda, Subsist or Hxagrm Records, the artist mesmerises our senses with the Exiles of Mars Ep, available in both double vinyl and digital. Syncopated rhythms are the protagonists across four original tracks together with remixes by four electro legends : Boris Divider, Estrato Aurora, Dark Vektor, and Filmmaker.

The EP's first cut is a remix of "Wall Of Bricks" by the legendary Boris Divider, which gives the track an air of crystalline, synthetic and cosmic sound, very much in line with his latest works on the Generative Operations series. Next, we find the original version, where the kick drums are heavier, the synths and basses more colorful and the acid take center stage in an odyssey of sidereal intensity.

On the record's flip side, a feeling of overwhelming melancholy takes root in our soul. Valencian Estrato Aurora mentally transports us to the mysterious red sand of Mars in a precise exercise in symphonic minimalism with his remix of "Exiles of Mars", which mutates the original idea with velvety pads, synths and a slow and rapturous hypnotism that sinks us to unfathomable depths. Lost Boys' original concept on B2 is a combination of Miami Bass-style breaks and a demonic mantra-like main synth line, backed by what seems like an infinity of pearly effects and secondary melodies, pushing the track towards a crescendo punctuated by a dry and sharp snare.

The second disc's opener "Bust My Moves" is a masterclass in deconstruction and reconstruction by Dark Vektor with his "Electro Escuadrón Remix". The genius from Terrassa provides powerful lyrics loaded with a message about the modern rise of the 808 movement. We return to the original Lost Boys version on C2, a futuristic martial discourse takes shape with combating breaks combined with rave chords and brief episodes of respite, almost dreamlike, in the middle and end of the track's exciting development.

On the D side, rough frequencies verging on distortion materialise through our ship's speakers as we pick up the Colombian Filmmaker's remix of "Data Recovery For Brains". A psychotronic final appetiser that combines harshness and elegance in the use of the rolling kick drums and saturation of the sound, it is without a doubt the ideal soundtrack to narrate the collision of two galaxies. The closing of the EP features the original track, in which The Lost Boys show us his most mental and lysergic side as the track progresses along a slow and comforting broken rhythm, made dynamic by clever use of diverse acid sequences and clairvoyant stellar melodies."

Artist: The Lost Boys

Label: HC Records

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Techno artists The Lost Boys from Valencia, Spain, who have released on Subsist and other labels in the past, will be joining the Valencia techno label in June 2023.This is a 2-disc 12" released by HC Records.

Contains 8 floor-friendly electro songs (4 originals and XNUMX remixes).

A1 rework by Boris Divider.
B1 remix by Estrato Aurora.
C1 remix by Dark Vektor.
D1 remix by Filmmaker.

*If you would like a digital sound source, please feel free to contact us.


Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more HC Records releases available at Tobira. 

-------------------------------------

Ask us for digital files. 2x12" black vinyl. Edition of 200.

Tracklist:

  1. A1.The Lost Boys - Wall Of Bricks (Boris Divider Rework) 06:10
  2. A2.The Lost Boys - Wall Of Bricks 05:21
  3. B1.The Lost Boys - Exiles Of Mars (Estrato Aurora Remix) 07:18
  4. B2.The Lost Boys - Exiles Of Mars 05:16
  5. C1. The Lost Boys - Bust My Moves (Dark Vektor Electro Escuadrón Remix) 07:16
  6. C2.The Lost Boys - Bust My Moves 05:50
  7. D1.The Lost Boys - Data Recovery For Brains (Filmmaker Remix) 05:32
  8. D2.The Lost Boys - Data Recovery For Brains 07:17

HC Records:

"In the center of deep space we tune in to the radio broadcasts from an old Class T interstellar spaceship. The emissions endlessly resonate the frequencies of the seventeenth release on the label HC Records by one of the titans of the Valencian scene, The Lost Boys, new pseudonym of the DJ and producer Raszia.

With releases on labels such as Bass Agenda, Subsist or Hxagrm Records, the artist mesmerises our senses with the Exiles of Mars Ep, available in both double vinyl and digital. Syncopated rhythms are the protagonists across four original tracks together with remixes by four electro legends : Boris Divider, Estrato Aurora, Dark Vektor, and Filmmaker.

The EP's first cut is a remix of "Wall Of Bricks" by the legendary Boris Divider, which gives the track an air of crystalline, synthetic and cosmic sound, very much in line with his latest works on the Generative Operations series. Next, we find the original version, where the kick drums are heavier, the synths and basses more colorful and the acid take center stage in an odyssey of sidereal intensity.

On the record's flip side, a feeling of overwhelming melancholy takes root in our soul. Valencian Estrato Aurora mentally transports us to the mysterious red sand of Mars in a precise exercise in symphonic minimalism with his remix of "Exiles of Mars", which mutates the original idea with velvety pads, synths and a slow and rapturous hypnotism that sinks us to unfathomable depths. Lost Boys' original concept on B2 is a combination of Miami Bass-style breaks and a demonic mantra-like main synth line, backed by what seems like an infinity of pearly effects and secondary melodies, pushing the track towards a crescendo punctuated by a dry and sharp snare.

The second disc's opener "Bust My Moves" is a masterclass in deconstruction and reconstruction by Dark Vektor with his "Electro Escuadrón Remix". The genius from Terrassa provides powerful lyrics loaded with a message about the modern rise of the 808 movement. We return to the original Lost Boys version on C2, a futuristic martial discourse takes shape with combating breaks combined with rave chords and brief episodes of respite, almost dreamlike, in the middle and end of the track's exciting development.

On the D side, rough frequencies verging on distortion materialise through our ship's speakers as we pick up the Colombian Filmmaker's remix of "Data Recovery For Brains". A psychotronic final appetiser that combines harshness and elegance in the use of the rolling kick drums and saturation of the sound, it is without a doubt the ideal soundtrack to narrate the collision of two galaxies. The closing of the EP features the original track, in which The Lost Boys show us his most mental and lysergic side as the track progresses along a slow and comforting broken rhythm, made dynamic by clever use of diverse acid sequences and clairvoyant stellar melodies."

Artist: The Lost Boys

Label: HC Records