„Aus Buenos Aires zog es Saumeth vor einem Jahr nach Berlin, um dort schöpfe-risch tätig zu werden. Sein ambitioniertes Ziel: Live Techno! Nach dem Vorspiel mit Releases auf Gastspiel, High Profile und Complex Textures, erblicken nun 11 Titel auf dem eigenen Triamb Label das Licht der Welt. Erzählerisch und tiefgründig, explorativ und nach vorn schauend gestaltet sich seine Performance, die Experimentell-Ambientes beinhaltet (“No.“), aber auch brutal und knochentrocken wie ein Christian Vogel zu Werke geht (“No.6“). Zudem lässt es sich dazu gut vor der Bühne oder im Club raven (“No. 9“). Dieser “Live Space-Techno“ bie-tet eine Menge an Potential, das sich in der Zukunft noch weiter erschließen wird. Anthony Rother wird sich über einen weiteren Weggefährten freuen. 8/10 – Becke
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Coming out in Spring 2019 on Vinyl + Digital.
Triamb third installment delivers two solid futurist techno Pearls packaged as Bermt, aimed straight to suit sophisticated DJ sets and quality sound systems without doubt.
Driven mad atmospheres carefully built over solid techno beats, are just some of what Saumeth sound brings with, proving himself as one of the tomorrow’s best techno talents to watch.
Every single track produced by Saumeth is played and recorded live, not only showing his music skills when performing on real-time means, but a notorious producer with strong attributes to produce outstanding music within the forward-thinking electronic music industry.
Bermt is definitely a gem that shine by its own. As solid as is, it is proper pearl on peak-hour sets aimed straight to make tension to the mix and a memorable time without doubt. On the flip side is Vermdra, a much more introspective but perfect track to warm up and open a first-class music journey. Mad Moog bass-lines derive the train to a psychedelic dimension.
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Saumeth is back with another 2hrs live mix set on his Ritualism show, featuring some latest productions in addition to live edits and stunning music pearls from underground techno makers.
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Ritualism host by Saumeth on DI.FM (Techno Channel)
Triamb second instalment comes from Buenos Aires established live-performer and producer, Saumeth, who is pushing edge of boundaries with every new production as his Mount-Prohad ep proves.
It has to be said that every single track produced by Saumeth, is played and live recorded, not only showing his music skills when performing on real-time means, but proving himself as a notorious producer with strong attributes to produce quality pearls as an authentic fingerprint that shine by its own.
Driven from unstoppable techno beats with that fantastic analogue sound from Rolands 808 and 909, Saumeth brings a forward-moving gem aimed straight to make tension to the mix as Mount is. Hypnotic bass-lines built carefully over stomped techno beats, take us to a psychedelic dimension where elastic sounds layered by sick glitches and unexpected low cuts, bring together an epic atmosphere where time seems does not exist.
On the flip side Saumeth brings a more introspective version of Mount as A side, delivering a proper piece of track aimed to warm up the journey or keep the trip moving on in specialized techno Dj sets and rooms, followed by an absolutely tripping gem as Prohad is. Here Saumeth shows some of his well crafted space-techno concept, adding several instruments and fxs to a completely mad journey where acid-lines, broken techno beats, a series of sick percussive elements and evolving bass-lines, give your head a special brew in the night.
Some reactions within the electronic music industry:
– I love what youre doing! – Db Burkeman (Amonly)
– We did listen to the set and to be honest, we was really impressed by the your music skills, we found your work well done. – Matthew Hoag (The Bullit Agency)
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Saumeth’s Hibrido mini album is available for pre-order on Triamb Music BandCamp:
Saumeth – Hibrido
Pre-order of Saumeth – Hibrido. The moment the album is released you’ll get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Releases 31 January 2015