New album - Arq by Par

2017-02-07 04:48:21 UTC

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Arq is the new album of Par, project by Nacho Adda (Montevideo, Uruguay, 1983) based on experimental electronic music. While his previous works El Futuro (2013) and Ahí viene la Tormenta (2015) were more socially influenced, Arq is strongly marked by the modernist and rational concepts of modern architecture and its theoreticians. In this case, the producer attempts to translate these concepts to sounds and structures in 10 songs that make up the album. Preserving his experimental and minimalist nature, the album creates atmospheres that place the listener in different spaces and environments by using a dense or delicate, but always subtle, electronic sound palette.

"This album reflects upon how the city influences us emotionally from its structure and infrastructure; and at the same time it raises questions, driven by the sound atmospheres it creates, about alienation, the degradation of the public area and our perception of community"

It was recorded and mixed by Nacho Adda and mastered by Emiliano Zapata. The cover design is by Nacho Adda with 3D modeling by Carlos Laviña.

Track List


  • Aalto - 04:02 
  • La aldea - 04:20 
  • Territorios - 03:18  
  • Tetrator - 03:48 
  • MVDR - 03:48 
  • Brut - 03:54 
  • Unitor - 05:00 
  • Modulor - 04:02  
  • Música concreto - 04:17 
  • Método - 04:40 


Genre : abstract, electronic, ambient, experimental, down-tempo

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