NAAFI collaborator Siete Catorce announces four-track EP Agnosia, shares three tribal-technolicious tracks

NAAFI collaborator Siete Catorce announces four-track EP Agnosia, shares three tribal-technolicious tracks

Mexico City via Oakland, CA producer Siete Catorce — formerly associated with the only D.F. label hipsters like myself have heard of, NAAFI — is about to release his debut EP for Hypermedium. The four-track Agnosia will be out on May 25, but you can already get a tasty taste of what’s coming your way by streaming the supremely exciting slices of shadowy deconstructed techno that make 3/4ths of the album.

For over six years now, Siete Catorce has been establishing himself as a major purveyor of a hybrid sound that draws from all-night-long quinceañera parties, Tijuana’s ruidosón, and the explosive mixture of regional Mexican music and electronic dance styles known as trival (or tribal-guarachero); all in a rather successful effort to “push the sounds of Latin America towards the future through successive rounds of rhythmic disruptions.”

Agnosia will come out on vinyl and digitally, and can be pre-ordered now through Hypermedium’s Bandcamp page. Check out three of the EP’s tracks, “Risa,” “Canto,” and “Sussuro” below:

Agnosia EP tracklisting:

01. Risa
02. Canto
03. Susurro
04. Diálogo

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