“Our new release of the Net series comes from Andrés Marcos, who began working on this project in 2010 with studio sessions made with the jazz drummer Roberto Titocci. Both made their first concerts in rock bands over 20 years ago, studied at the same jazz school and meet again for these recordings.
All tracks contain acoustic drum parts recorded with Roberto, as well as other acoustic parts that Andrés has recorded and reworked using hardware and software, sampling, relooping and synthesis. In this EP Andrés wanted to go make their own experiences as jazz musicians evolve in a new exploratory context, but also to develop further the electronic aspect of his music, without following the rules of already established music styles.
I Was Young And Needed The Money offers you the opportunity to travel aurally to street carnival of Tenerife, Cadiz, Rio de Janeiro, Venice, Notting Hill, among other locations where these dates are offered fun, brazen, anonymity and, in some cases, some uncertainty. Now give yourself the pleasure of enjoying this great work. Experiments on electronic jazz sounds by Andrés Marcos and a great selection of remixers: Laurine Frost, Eril Fjord, Berk Offset and Storlon.”
Release page here
Direct download (MP3) here
Format: 8 x File, EP, MP3, 320 kbps
Released: 24 Feb 2012
Style: Tech House, Future Jazz, Minimal, Experimental