LP VIERNES (2011)

 

VIERNES by el intruso
Es su primer vinilo y desde el punto de vista artístico está concebido como una fotografía en alta resolución al concepto sonoro y musical destilado en las sesiones libres de estudio realizadas a lo largo de 2009 y 2010. El resultado elogia los años 70 y demuestra el espirítu explorador de su actividad como colectivo, un sonido atemporal con un robusto y personal argumento rock.
El proceso de estudio ha sido enfocado técnica y artísticamente a su formato final “Long Play” en vinilo de 12″. La grabación y mezcla han sido realizados por Raquel Redel “Raka” y El Intruso en Okoumé Studios, Madrid. Y en la concepción de los planos

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vocales ha colaborado Carlos Bratt. El Máster ha sido realizado por Carlos Koschitzky en Masterstudio, Madrid.
El trabajo se completa con la obra del artista plástico y videoartista Tomoto, autor de la gráfica y el arte de la edición.
Toda la producción es propia, y codirigida por los siguientes autores:

DDixon -Texas USA – Synthes y voces
Sam -Madrid – Guitarras y voces
Qmins -Texas USA – Percusiones
Javier Guzmán -Madrid – Bajos
Hectruso -Madrid – Guitarras y analogía
Tomoto – Madrid – Arte y vídeo

This is their first record and from an artistic standpoint is conceived as a high resolution photograph of the sonic and musical ideas distilled in their improvisatory studio sessions held throughout 2009 and 2010. The result pays homage to the 70’s and demonstrates the exploratory spirit of their collective activities; a robust and personal take on rock with a timeless sound.
The studio process was technically and artistically directed toward the album’s final format as a “Long Play” on 12” vinyl. It was recorded and mixed by Raquel Redel “Raka” and El Intruso at Okoumé Studios, Madrid. Carlos Bratt collaborated on the conception of the vocals. It was mastered by Carlos Koschitzky at MasterStudio, Madrid. The art and design was done by Tomoto. The album was wholly produced and codirected by the following authors:

authors:
Qmins (drums)
Javi (Basses)
Sam (voices, guitars)
DDixon (synths, voices)
Hectruso (guitars and synthed guitars)
Tomoto (art of this edition)

 

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