Monday, March 9, 2015

Utropstech - Malplacebo

Got a tip the other day from a friend knowing a guy that was about to release his second EP. It sounded interesting when he told me about his music and then I forgot about my friends chat conversation. But my friend reminded me yesterday and I took a listen to Utropstech. I was extremely happy that I took a listen! Such a solid EP from Utropstech.

One of the greatest things with running Tracasseur is the chance to get to know unknown and small artists and producers around the globe that are great. The feeling when you know that you have such a gifted talent in front of you and you can be able to help out with a post, showing the world something totally new and fresh. Today that feeling is all about Utropstech!

The short story about Utropstech is about a 25-year-old guy living in a small city in Sweden named Skövde. The city of Skövde isn't famous for bringing forward great tech house producers, but now they have their first really talented one. Utropstech has been producing back and forth for twelve years and most of time just for the fun of it. He has also been into the EDM but the last three years he has become more serious and landed in the style that he kind of always have wanted to produce, tech house.

I love his work with all the details and small sounds in his music and he also told me that he always been focusing on the soundscape and the "perfect" details. This EP sums up pretty good Utropstech's way of thinking tech house the last year. Very well thought I must say! I'm already longing for the next release. This release is out on Sequence Media Group, a label from his hometown of Skövde, that have understood the golden opportunity to find the home producers on the west coast of Sweden.

SoundCloud-links below to listen, if you prefer Spotify click here and if you want to buy the EP head over to iTunes.


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