6470 >> “No Mercy EP”
“No Mercy EP” is a brand new amazing project from 6470, a very techno and electronic music lover
Shadow and light together are a common sight. He’s 6470. It’s existence cast from the shadows of gifted producer Davide Piras mind. A new identity, not determined to express something artistically unusual, but as a personal platform to improve and investigate any possibilities of post-techno and experimental electronic music.
The concept 6470 is the latest addiction to the irresistible oblivion on the brink of house and techno. 6470’s sound is the result of a visceral approach from both genres furthest ends: distorted and radioactive soundscapes locked in a dance-floor lovely structure.
And 6470 is never final, taking shape day by day, evolving constantly, exploring and braving the regular. Noise crafted consciously as the sediment of long jam sessions and heavy electronic manipulations.
Has Media Records in some way changed or enriched your life as a producer?
“Media Records have been influenced the 90s scene and so I would say yes”.
List some of your last works, please.
“’No Mercy EP’ contains ‘No Mercy’, ‘Our Cognitive Dissonance’, ‘Introspection’ and ‘September 10’. Of course, there is some work in progress’s stuff going on. We don’t stop”.
Do you think your music style can be identified with a specific one? If yes, which one?
“I would say its basically techno filled with drama and influenced by my nightmares”.
Which is your favourite genre?
“Right now, ’14:17′ of a Tuesday, it’s jazz”.
How do you feel about the collaboration with Media Records?
“Excited and nervous. I feel the pressure of keeping quality high and people satisfied with what I do”.
How do you think the sound could evolve and be played during big live events?
“Producers becoming freaks of sound destruction while sound engineers keep on pursuing hi-end and hi-fidelity sound systems. I don’t know how, but it will be fun for sure. No goal. Just progress”.
Is there an artist that inspires you or that you particularly admire?
“Mike Dehnert, Kris Wadsworth, Yaleesa Hall, Stimming, Ricardo Villalobos”.
When was your first studio experience?
“In 2008 I was visited a recording studio but had no clue of how music has to be recorded.
It was like the first time I saw fireworks, something like ‘okay, wow, but how?'”.
When and which was your first live performing experience?
“A couple of years ago with my House project Davide Piras live”.
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