80s synth pop . The fresh, optimistic pop music I heard in my childhood through radio, TV or cinema . Innocent and cheerful. But also, pop of the 80s that I discovered over time, as well as contemporary artists who, to varying degrees (more or less clear) lead us back to those years…
A scoretracks collection inspired by the sounds of dubstep, hip hop, ambient, nusoul… All in an attempt to build sounds and atmospheres, unlike the work we have presented so far, that combine old and new ideas. Guitars, pianos, simple rhythms and reverb.
A compilation of tracks seeking contrast: relaxation with jerky rhythms and noisy arrengements, and tension with dark and minimal atmospheres. Yet, Bunk is quiet music in general.
An album of soul, of instrumental hiphop, of R’n’B. Sensual and reflective, in gereral. Delicate, but also pick up some rythm explosions. Passionate could be the adjective. But a controlled passion, elegant, somewhat distant. It’s a ritual of seduction.
(2013) Photo by Julia Valencia Gachs
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Castles, Electric Youth, Zola Jesus, Hundred Waters, Jessie Ware, Chairlift, The Chromatics, Metronomy… A little bit of Dum Dum Girls, Todd Terje, Liars, Wild Nothing, Beach House or Daft Punk’s “Discovery”. It may contain traces of OMD, New Order and Grauzone.