It is once again Italy that triumphs in our promotion section with another talent: His name is Pulsar, DJ and producer of Club Tracks and underground shades of electronic music. He has been djing since he was 15 years old. He has taken part in events hosted in clubs like the Dehoor, La Buca, Scuderie, and il Barracuda sharing with the greatest artists of the Techno scene, including Luca Agnelli, Dino Angioletti, Steve Mantovani.
Since 2013, Pulsar experiments with a new musical evolution that varies between electronic sounds very close to Techno. He is ready to return to the scene with a new EP consisting of two discs: FIRST.
“Techno was not born as music to dance, but as an expression of the future.”
“𝐅𝐢𝐫𝐬𝐭” 𝐢𝐬 𝐜𝐨𝐦𝐢𝐧𝐠!!!
Regardless of the quote, “FIRST” contains music made to let the listeners dance. “Black Sun” is a short and relaxing trip into space, while in “Black Phoenix,” there’s a nice groove inside a dark atmosphere.
Both tracks are characterized by sounds reminiscent of Techno in the 90s.
But now, let’s get to know Pulsar better with our dedicated interview.
- On EDM Lab, we love to support talented Italian artists; you are a very experienced artist, tell us something about your background.
Hello to all EDM-Lab readers, thank you for this opportunity. My experience started when I was 15 years old. I was playing with hardcore and progressive trance vinyl, very popular at that time, then I approached Techno and never left it again. My production is going through a period of experimentation and research of my sound design ranging from electronics, hard Techno, and melodies between jazz, blues creating unusual combinations.
- On 21 May, 2020, your ep “First,” composed by two tracks, is released on Lets Techno Records. Tell us how the project was born and how you spend your time in the studio.
The project “First” is composed of two tracks, “Black Sun” and “Black Phoenix” different from each other but involving in the same way. It was born at night, in the dark, like almost all my projects, experimenting with some strange sounds, and then coming out with these sounds that I used, there was a lot of study for the sound design and to find what was going on through my head. I spend almost every night in the studio looking for sounds with a personal imprint. To create something different and distinguish myself. Honestly, I’m still looking for the right vein, I think it’s not easy to find… Lets Techno Records did the rest!
- What do you think about the Techno music scene, and how do you think it will evolve in a few years?
I think that the Italian Techno scenario suffers the weight of the “usual names,” unlike what happens in the rest of Europe, especially Berlin, the hub of European Techno. I hope that in the future this trend will turn into a new, fresher one, where those who deserve it have a chance to emerge.
- Leave a message to your followers.
Techno was not born as music to dance but as an expression of the future. Thanks to all those who support me or not…music is life…