Lapsus / ES
Sónar by Day - SonarHall
Pedro Pina arrives at Sónar to present his new work at SonarHall, the perfect stage at which to enjoy his sound. Pina returns with a record that adds industrial airs to his dark shadowy house, and that will appear in the next few weeks via Lapsus Records. The album is accompanied by a live performance in which he has worked with Juanjo Fernández, from The Suicide Of Western Culture, and in which the projected images -by Gnomalab- will play a fundamental role.
The veteran Catalan producer is not usually in the front row, nor starring in eye-catching news or making big headlines, but he is undoubtedly one of the most respected musicians and producers on the national scene, a studio magician and post-production wizard who has been behind a myriad of releases, often working in the shadows to make others' albums sound like they should. Following his Sloan project in the late 1990s, he has signed several albums with his surname, including the magnificent "Hum", from 2013 (later remixed by Cora Novoa, Headbirds and Begun, among others) and "Tránsit", published in 2015, which he is now at long last following up with this new work.