French visionary Rodriguez Jr. makes his original Anjunadeep debut with an eclectic double cut entitled “Phoenix / Amargosa”. It sees Rodriguez Jr.’s characteristic swirling analogue synths thread through dark arrangements of groove-heavy basslines and thumping drums.
“Normally it begins in the studio but these tracks come straight from the road, from the heat of the audience and the fluidity of the live performance. They’re filled with the energy they collected on tour. Malecón Azul captures the intense and unique experience of being under the sun, in front of the sea, in a faraway place that feels like home.”
Just over a month after the release of his debut album “HERMES”, BURAK launches a follow-up album containing the results of collaborations with Matthew Herbert, Hernan Cattaneo, Rodriguez Jr., Efdemin, Magdalena, N’to.
The masterful trio of Timo Mass, Basti Grub and Eric Volta showcase their combined musical muscle on the latest release forthcoming on supreme Berlin imprint, Mobilee. With an impressive remix package featuring Rodriguez Jr., Audiojack and Tiefschwarz to highlight the summer season.
Drawing on previous collaborations together, new and original single ‘Radio’ is a reflection of both artists musical appetites. Alongside ‘Radio’ Jr. and Alea include ‘Radian’, initially released by Rodriguez on his ‘Baobab’ album, Alea and him re-recorded the track during their cliff-top live performance for Cercle; Alea’s vocals elevating Rodriguez’s highly complex and technical melodies to new places.
Alone.together: it is possible to be both. Intertwined but not attached. Precarious Records is pleased to present Rodriguez Jr. and Cari Golden's newest collaboration Alone Together. The unique and quirky musical style of Rodriguez Jr. and the understated, sexy vocals of Los Angeles songwriter and Precarious Records label head Cari Golden makes for a breezy, yet lush song that evokes thoughts of sipping seaside cocktails or spending the entire day in bed with a lover. Alone Together unfurls like a flower in bloom with a killer groove and Rodriguez Jr.'s brilliant production replete with his signature synth work and layers upon layers of vocals