Subsist is a forward thinking imprint based in Valencia, that goes anywhere from experimental electronic music to thundering Techno and everything in-between, harnessing that great feeling “I wonder what they do next?”
The selected DT:Premiere track is from their forthcoming release titled “Dynamic Structures” by Argentinian artist Szeb, who has previously released on Re:Axis’ Monocline, Hypnotic Room to our very own DEAD CERT. Records.
“Cenobita” is a crazy and powerful sonic excursion that manages to work an awkward beat to perfection with plenty of hypnotic traits thrown in for good measure. It will no doubt be a stand out track for many DJ sets, it’s unlike anything we’ve heard before and he continues to impress with creativity on his tracks, so keep a close eye on his future releases.
Q&A with Szeb
> 01. What was the thinking behind this EP and did you achieve what you set out?
For me, Dynamic Structures is a clear example of the coldness and darkness that I feel in this part of Southern Argentina (Trelew, Puerto Madryn and Puerto Piramides).
> 02. What tips and advice can you share to any producers on shaping their own sound?
Personally it helped me a lot to be in touch with nature, but for originality I would say to try and leave the musical standard, be encouraged to innovate and to break away from the academic musical training.
> 03. What are some of your go to tracks at the moment by other artists?
There are many tracks that I’ve been listening too lately, but if I have to choose some:
Raptor K – Light [Concerns Music]
Callum Plant – Zhode [DEAD CERT. Records]
Joaquin Ruiz – Widder [B55 Records]