Category: releases


Argel Medina Cota is the name of the producer and multi-instrumentalist behind Arhkota, who for more than two decades has distinguished himself by being part

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Doreem (Tania Pomar, México City) returns with her second release for Static Discos: Nocturnina EP, a gothic opera in five acts, which also serves as

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Isolation and confinement, the natural habitat of musicians and electronic music bedroom producers, nothing new. Even so, this space of situations is typical for R. Mendoza,

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Fire Rituals is the second Microhm EP for Static Discos. Microhm is Leslie García, a transdisciplinary artist based in Mexico City. Fire Rituals is an

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Black Garden is an exercise in time and a space somewhere, a changing polaroid by the Mexican producer Amina Cyu. The recording invites you to

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15 years ago, Doreem (Tania Pomar, México City) created part of the music in this release for Pilar Gallegos‘ dance company performance of “Sin Título”.

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A deep and soft journey through the lens of Mexican electronic music producer Braulio Lam, an ever changing sound environment where the focus is

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The Aye-Aye wave arrives at Static Discos with an EP titled Everything Popular is Wrong. Hazy and danky abstract dub that serves to celebrate the

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Hotel Hastings is Alejandro Morse’s first release for Static Discos. This is a soundtrack to the book by Canadian writer Eduardo Padilla. The soundtrack starts

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FAX has reworked and reshaped one of the tracks of his Changing Landscapes album. LAND III now has vocals by mexican singer Carmen Ruiz. The

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Concepción Huerta’s “Personal Territories” is a work that sonically narrates two fictionalized stories in parallel, two sites dealing with human invasion as its main theme.

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