We premiere new music from Spanish-born techno producer Hurtado as he returns to UVB’s coveted imprint Body Theory for a 5 track EP. We premiere ‘Over The Sea’, a cathartic broken techno weapon that leans on definitive Spanish and Birmingham traditions as Hurtado explores the world of textured & splintered hard-edged techno.
Berlin-based, Spanish-born Hurtado is one of the most promising techno acts to emerge from the Mediterian in recent years. Honing in on a classic Birmingham and Spanish-affiliated sound the young producer aims to breathe new life into an already exemplary era of techno. The youngster has already received high praise from techno stalwarts such as Regis, UVB, Dynamic Forces, and more, as he has had the pleasure of being remixed by both Regis and Dynamic Forces, while also releasing on UVB & Dynamic Forces labels.
With close to a decade’s worth of experience in techno production and DJing the Hurtado’s influences come from various corners, but his deep fascination for Birmingham, Spanish, and Eastern European techno sound continues to inspire him. His musical proposal can be defined as a symbiosis between past and future, full of broken and forceful rhythms. The youngster is perhaps best known for his collaborative alias with UVB as they form the duo “Education Club”.
We premiere ‘Over The Sea’ from Hurtado’s return to UVB’s beloved Body Theory label. The track is a hardheaded and pragmatic look into contemporary Brummie-influenced techno. The youngster blurs the line between UK-driven bass-heavy funk and the textured & industrial influence coming from the East of Europe, creating a symphony of snarling and purgative hard-edged sounds.