Posted By futra / September, 18, 2013 / 0 comments


DRUMCELL – Droid Behavior // CLR
4 Hour Set from open to close

This will be a record release party for Drumcell’s debut album on CLR, Sleep Complex. The night will feature a 4 hour set from Drumcell, opening and closing down the night. The album will also be on sale on both CD and Vinyl Format along with other merchandise. Vinyl albums come in 3 pack with custom gatefold jacket.

10pm – 2am :: $5 :: 21+
INFO: 323.213.9736

806 E Colorado St
Glendale, CA 91205



CLR is releasing the debut album of our new label member Drumcell entitled “Sleep Complex”, an emotionally profound, open-minded approach to current Techno with a variety of influences and a complete disregard for any limitations musical genres could possibly represent. A few basic facts about the life of this dedicated Techno activist will help you understand the absorbing atmosphere of this exceptional record even better. To cut a long story short, Drumcell was still just young Moe Espinosa, a local East L.A. kid who was heavily into listening and playing rock and industrial music, when he coincidentally found some of the heroic synthesizers of the first hour of Techno in the closet of a recording studio where he had been hired for a job. From this very minute on – things just jelled. If you imagine a technology geek / science-fiction-movies-loving teenage-outsider with a yearning punk rock soul, together with a TR-909, a TR-808 and a TB-303 in the back room of an old Latin House label in Hollywood, then you are pretty much imagining the humble beginnings of the man who started calling himself Drumcell around the year 2000 and who has dedicated his life to the search and creation of mind expanding, glorious sounds. By now his restless endeavors and the unheard amount of hours in the studio and the booth have paid off and he has become highly skilled and successful in what exactly matters most to him in life − the manifestation of truthful emotions in futuristic sonic concepts. On the one hand “Sleep Complex” pays respect to the root-element o f Techno, the raw, dirty and hypnotic vibe that goes back to early Detroit Techno, on the other hand it almost has some kind of a rock attitude, especially when it comes to the beats, making it stylistically independent and impossible to pigeon-hole. Chris Liebing, a close friend of Drumcell eventually had the great pleasure to do the final mixes, giving the tracks the beautifully shaped bass sound and the incredible presence and clarity we can enjoy now. Moe Espinosa pka Drumcell is really laying it down here and you should definitely pay attention to this state of the art Techno album. May “Sleep Complex” now speak for itself.