Orbe had, according to Hivern Discs, been on the label's radar since his work with Eduardo de la Calle's Analog Solutions." At the same time, he sent the label various folders with music, but nothing crystallized. He then ended up changing studios and settling in the basement of a record store in the district of Malasaña in Madrid. There, he locked himself for two weeks, during which, as he explains, he “let himself go." "I did not think about anything, I made music for myself, and that's how it came out," he recalls.
What came out of these studio sessions were six cuts that "borrow indistinctly from electro and techno to reach perennial border zones, those where languages are no longer effective and the ability to transmit emotions becomes the only mean of communication."
The 12” comes wrapped in a screen printed sleeve with design by Arnau Pi.
A1. Somebody bring me here
A2. Visceral terror intro
A3. Visceral terror
B2. Unexpected dream's rave
B3. De Felipe's world
Uniformity EP is scheduled for July 7 release, with the title track streamable in full above.