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    Inspired by the likes of Raresh, Zip, and Villalobos, the artist known as Kepler has something special in store for your local area dance floor. Silencio Records, a new label out of Chicago is putting out, “Making Chords” an exciting new release that’s guaranteed to please.

    The title track “Making Chords” can be appropriately described as nothing less than an addictive, bona fide banger that will instantaneously hook its end user after one listen. From the beginning Kepler sets the pace with a smooth, sexy bassline that will command your attention and aggressively compel any crowd to start dancing. This passionate production pushes its agenda with a rumbling tempo, dynamic drums, and intriguing vocals that are well worth repeating. Laced with clever sounding samples and purposeful piano licks, “Making Chords” is made for anyone and everyone.

    The second offering, “Wire” is a quirky, fun departure that gives insight to Kepler’s wide range. This spooky sounding track is characterized by its off-beat rhythm, saturating bass tones and curious sounding signals that slide up and down while continually building momentum. As the “Wire” progresses, one can’t help but to take note of how its unpredictable nature is dictated in such a well-organized manner. Very, very interesting.

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from Making Chords, released March 20, 2017
Written & Produced by Matthew Farrow

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Looking for inspiration beyond cult of personality DJ brands, Silencio is a music label uninterested in exposure for anyone but the artists. That’s why the founders—veterans of the Detroit and Berlin techno communities—remain cloaked in mystery.

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