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Sinchi & Friends 53 – Cannibal Ink

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Number 53 in the Sinchi & Friends series is Cannibal Ink , the trio from Madrid who have had become one of the most sought after producers in the scene . Their ‘Samarkanda’ EP in 2017 being a particular highlight for us. Get to know the team below and get ready to dance with this quality mix.

Introducing

1) Who are you?

We are Andres , Antonio & Guillermo . I (Guillermo) started to work initially with these guys in under their old alias Voodoo Corporation.

The idea came after many talks about what kind of music we would like to make. Fusion electronic with rock , guitars, dark wave , synth pop and others old styles like EBM or New beat.

2) What have been your highlights from the last 12 months?

2017 was very important for us . Our first productions on vinyl. First Ombra Recordings release with brother Curses and the Samarkanda EP with Rotten city records .And of course our trip in Berlin playing in Wilden Renate and Sisyphos . Germany is another league for clubs .

3) What do you have lined up for the coming year?

2018 is going to be a good year we think . A lot of studio work , A remix for Dionigi incoming , 3 track EP on Days of being wild . And more TBA ( we are crossing fingers for a lot of new shit) .And of course new gigs in London , Vilnius & Berlin . If anyone want book us feel free 😉

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4) Which track in the mix is your favourite right now?

We have a lot of preferred tracks but these ones always rock the dance floor.

6) What is your favourite track of the last 12 months?

My favourite track in the last year is of course ‘Samarkanda’ Zombies in Miami (audioguide) remix. Ethnic sounds on a shamanic trip.

7) Who or what are your biggest musical influences?

Joy Division , Kraftwerk , Anne Clarke Sisters of mercy

8) Who is your favourite DJ?

No doubt it is Andrew Weatherall and best selectors could be Marvin & Guy or Manfredas.

9) Tell us about 3 DJ’s / Producer’s we may not know but should be looking out for?

Unit4 , Autarkic , Die Orangen

 

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