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After spending the last few years in Manchester and Barcelona, Tom Demac has returned to the picturesque setting of his native North Wales. Having developed a convincing alter ego, he manages a web development team most days and returns to a familiar guise in his spare time, creating a live collage of his thoughts.
Gathering inspiration from the surrounding landscape, a big dose of Detroit Techno, as well as influxes of Electronica, Dub and Jazz, Tom Demac writes and records live electronic music from the soul. From early sessions in a friends garage (containing a few rusty boxes and a four-track), Tom went on to study music technology in Salford University. Since then he has developed his own characteristic sound based on a philosophy of creating music aimed at the dance-floor, but melodic enough to appreciate at home in the living room.
After releasing records through Free Rotation collective imprints Mindyourhead records and Mindtours, Tom Demac formed the label Electronique Audio. The first 3 records echoed his fresh and diverse take on electronic music (Decisions, New Beginnings and Liquid Staircase) and went on to gather international exposure and support. 2006 saw the collaboration with good friend and fellow resident of North Wales, Duckett, and together they recorded the 3 ep’s, Critical Distance (Electronique Audio), Unnecessary Cosmetics (STHLM Audio) and Climate Flu (Disappear Here).
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Seville's label Flumo celebrates its first five years with reference number 20. A very special reference, which closes a really productive stage for the label and many artists, some of them a sure commitment for Flumo, having produced excellent stuff with the label, and they had now become referents in electronic music worldwide – Glimpse, Tom Demac, El_Txef_A, Dave DK, Dixie Yure, Ekkohaus, Chris Lattner, Ezequiel Sanchez, Alland Byallo, V.Sexion.
To feast this anniversary, Flumo brings a compilation containing 18 tracks from all its catalogue, embodying a monograph of club music as it is understood by this sevillian label.
"FLUMO 5 YEARS COMPILATION" contains brushstrokes of various styles and genres, chosen with care and concern from over dozens of references published by the label so far. Sometimes, Chicago's legacy blossoms –tracks by Tom Demac, El Txef A, Daniel Kyo, or Nicson- or render a jazzie character, as it is shown in works by V.Rotz, Ekkohaus, Ezequiel Sanchez, Jazzler, TWICE,or V.Sexion.
There is also room for newest acid house –Chris Lattner-, deeptechno –Dave DK & Holger Ziske, Ntanos , Glimpse, Alex Jones or -Ludwig Coenen- and pure delicious electronic, Dixie Yure.
A compendium which ends a cycle stating in the same way: with a compilatory work defining the bases and objectives of a label always looking for challenges to offer. And this is precisely what has maintained Flumo in the limelight these years.
Long awaited this ‘Sitting On Old Petals EP’ by Tom Demac, completing reference 013 of Flumo Recordings catalogue. Tom Demac’s presence continues gaining strength as time passes, and the best proof for that are his praised works for two of the most bustling labels nowdays, Liebe Detail and Crosstown Rebels.
‘Bush Break Fiasco’ is the main track of this EP introduced by the Welsh alchemist. Tom Demac is framing such a personal, always evocative style full delicious ascendent pads, old-flavor bass and percussions and sensual, fitting vocals. Contrast which shape a deep where maybe house music prevails, showing masterly a fusion of influences creating a captivating atmosphere.
Ezequiel Sánchez keeps rising, as his acclaimed tracks and remixes for Nordik Net Records and Flumo Recordings demonstrate. His last job, a superb remix for the legendary label Shitkatapult. This remix is co-produced with Chembass, a young producer who is leaving an important testimony to labels such as Nordik Net, Deep Data or Amoeba. His remake of ‘Bush Break Fiasco’ is an elegant exercise of minimal house maintaining the soul of the original source, while creating a progressive and toasty groove as addictive as brilliantly crafted.
Tom Demac closes this EP with ‘Head First Into The Murk’, where we find another electronic jewel, suiting best a terrace than a lounge. Its approximation to darkness ends up being shockingly lambent and colourful, especially when its textures of delicate old school delight us with a piece combining soul, funk, and disco music. Inevitably seductive and ravishing.