Growing up around her DJ father, surrounded by techno and psytrance, the EP is a reflection of Paganotto’s upbringing.
Dubbed as having a ‘unique’ take on psy/techno music, her four track compilation is available digitally now and will be available via vinyl in February.
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On the release, Indira Paganotto says: "I understand music as a state of trance where each track develops a journey and a story.”
“Himalaya EP is the reflection of everything I learned since my childhood until today, the heritage and passion for Psytrance, the experiences in India, the connection with nature - as well as the feeling of freedom and strength like the gallop of a horse, the synths of Goa music, the love and the truth, which is what fills my life.”
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Opening tracks ‘Takeshi’ and ‘Sultans Of Mountains’ provide psychedelic-infused melodies and heavy techno beats, whilst title track ‘Himalaya’ provides a cinematic element to the EP.
Final track ‘Cobra’ incorporates further relentless drums, and psytrance-tinged melodies.
You can access the EP now, or pre order it on vinyl.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter