"Miklós" is the official follow-up to 2011's cited "White Mother", featuring the concept of deconstructing several compositional stages by which electronic music goes through, blending it with other derivatives of experimentalism such as loud guitar work and infra-sonic glitches. The result is either the destruction of acoustics and production values similar to high profile acts they admire, or a journey through lush bursts of processed soundscapes.
Rui P. Andrade is a portuguese producer and sound artist. Part of the Noise/Black Metal trio, Ecos, with whom he added three releases to his discography, he would later on collaborate with Nelson P. Ferreira on "Ponta Gorda" and "White Mother". "Vessels", built around prepared guitar and field recordings, signaled his first step as a solo artist.
Nelson P. Ferreira is also a portuguese producer, based in Lisbon, exploring dense ambient/drone textures as AVOIDANT and more recently as Earthly Beasts, adding quasi-hypnotic rhythm layers with a distant industrial echo. Alongside Andrade, Ferreira performed live for the first time in 2012, as a warm-up act for the MADEIRADIG Festival.
All sounds and concept by Nelson P. Ferreira & Rui P. Andrade
Artwork by Angelina Franco Velosa