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Premiere: Ramiro Lopez & Andres Campo's 'Pachamama' delivers a rhythm assault

Building serious tension for peak moments

  • Harrison Williams
  • 16 August 2017
Premiere: Ramiro Lopez & Andres Campo's 'Pachamama' delivers a rhythm assault

Ramiro Lopez links with Andres Campo to supply the latest release on his and Arjun Vagale’s Odd Recordings with 'Pachamama', a rhythm assault utilizing blinding sirens and hypnotic tension.

With support from the likes of Carl Cox, Adam Beyer, Pan-Pot, Amelie Lens, Charlotte De Witte and Alan Fitzpatrick the track's been getting regular play at festivals and clubs around the world. Now 'Pachamama is finally ready to be unleashed to the public.

The two producers touch on the vision and inspiration behind the collaboration: “Pachamama emerged in a very natural way, two friends and colleagues decide to get together in the studio and create something after an intense day of laughter, friends, food and hangover. The name is linked to what happened that day. It’s our first official sound adventure together and we’re super happy wih the result and with all the support it’s received so far.”

Look for 'Pachamama', which is also paired with 'Poolside', to be released August 25.

Harrison is Mixmag's East Coast Editor. Follow him on Twitter here

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