— Jorge Natalin

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I have uploaded a new video to my YouTube channel. It is a teaser for The moon is playing tricks on me again. Check it out here:

I have released my single Endless Transition. This song is a tribute and it features acoustic guitar only. Endless Transition is a preview for my forthcoming Must be dreaming EP. Find Endless Transition in all the usual places online, or see the players below this artwork:

Bandcamp player:

Or if you prefer Spotify:

Sound on: a little video I recently created for my song By the sea, which I recorded in 2002. The video shows a drawing from my Fractured series. Click here to view more:

When I released Pachamama, I meant for it to be released as an EP, and to be titled Pachamama EP. The album consists of 7 tracks and features less than 30 minutes of music, 19 minutes something. I consider this to be an EP, but hey, this is just me. Since Pachamama is now also available in other places online, it is no longer out as an EP, and the artwork has changed as well. It is now considered an album, since it has 7 songs. Anyway, here is my opening track for Pachamama, Amsterdam Sunrise:

Check out this Bandcamp player I embedded here, it works.

Background to In Atmospheres, recorded live 2010:

From since the early beginnings of my recording career, I started combining analogue instruments, mainly the guitar, with electronic components. I remember, I was once reversing and repeating a wind like sound from a field recording, to create some sort of beat, to create non traditional atmospheres. Further I was combining this resultante in structures with traditional guitar sounds.

This experiment has eventually led me to this live with band performance and recording. It features material from my 2007 In Atmospheres solo recordings. I set out to create an out of the box merger between techno music and analogue rock music.

The band features me on electric guitar, Tim Egmond on keys and effects and recording the set, Tijmen Ruizendaal on percussion and samples and Klaas de Jong on analogue drums. In Atmospheres was intended and recorded to be 1 piece of music. It is not meant to be experienced as 4 different tracks with pause in between them, or changed in order.

Taken from Balcony West EP, 2010.

Tribute to Frusciante.

DJ Rombout and Jorge Natalin- Queensday Recording. Later: Souvenirs from Amsterdamn.