ARNO E. MATHIEU – DESPERTAR –
Arno E. Mathieu backs with his “Despertar” title with Vakula remix and other versions.
ARNO E. MATHIEU – TRIBUTE & FANTASY –
Arno E. Mathieu backs with a new Ep dedicated to his first House Music feelings years ago…
ARNO E. MATHIEU – THE CYCLE PROJECT Pt. 2 –
The new Clima Records Ep manufactured & distributed by SACRED RHYTHM MUSIC, already in all good records stores.
Clima Records is proud to announce the digital un-released versions of Arno E. Mathieu last vinyl record.
In order to bring you more music and special materials which usually stay in confidential home-studios and secret DJ bags,
we give you the chance to get these versions using the digital format exclusively on Sacred Rhythm Music / Atypical Dopeness website…
Check out this link:
– ARNO E. MATHIEU – THE CYCLE PROJECT Pt1 : UN-RELEASED VERSIONS –
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After Morphosis and Voiski, it is now JuJu & Jordash’s turn to answer the Clima Records questionnaire, announcing our Autumn Session @ Batofar next Friday, November 16.
For those who weren’t with us last time, you can also listen to our resident and main label artist Arno E. Mathieu’s Dj set, recorded for the Clima Summertime celebration last July:
JUJU & JORDASH ANSWER TO CLIMA RECORDS
What is your relationship with seasons and what influence do seasons have on your life and work?
JuJu & Jordash (Jordash):
I’m an autumn/spring guy. But a dark studio is my favorite environment no matter the season. The sunnier/hotter it gets, higher the chances ill be hiding away in the studio.
What is your relationship with natural light in the different places you lived in and travelled to?
JuJu & Jordash (Juju):
Our studio is a pretty dark environment, as there are no windows. I guess it sets the mood for the music as well. In general Im more of a night person, so that’s not really a big problem and Jordash likes it misty too…
What is your relationship with traveling, moving and landscapes?
JuJu & Jordash:
Juju: I enjoy traveling and playing in new places a lot, and that is one of the big blessings of touring as part of Juju&Jordash. As for landscapes, living in the Netherlands (which is totally flat) I really miss the Mediterranean/mountain landscape of my hometown of Haifa, Israel, as well as living close to the sea. But hey, you can’t win em’ all
What are your next musical projects ?
JuJu & Jordash:
Juju: Next up we will work on the third and fourth ep’s in the Golem series (out on Golf Channel) which will include more live jazz musicians. The second installment is already ready and will be out soon. We are also busy with a collaboration with guitar player Dominik van Senger, also for Golf Channel, and we will perform with him in the end of November for the first time (in Bucharest). Hopefully in the near future some new material from Magic Mountain High (Juju&Jordash+Move D) will be completed. As always we’ve got some remix work on our plate as well, something we really enjoy doing.
Who is one of your favorite artists in Visual Arts in general ?
JuJu & Jordash:
Jordan (Jordash): I don’t have a favorite but a couple weeks ago I visited the newly reopened Stedelijk modern art museum here in Amsterdam and it was very nice seeing some Malevich stuff and I was especially impressed with paintings by the Dutch artist Karel Appel.
ARNO E. MATHIEU – THE CYCLE PROJECT –
Clima Records back to vinyls ! We are proud to announce the next Ep composed by label boss him self, Arno E. Mathieu. It will be manufactured & distributed by Joe Claussell’s label SACRED RHYTHM MUSIC, and really soon in all good records stores. “THE CYCLE PROJECT Pt.I” is the first step of a global project which could be released around fall-winter 2012/2013… You can listen to 2 tracks of this Ep in Arno E. Mathieu’s Dj Mix, recorded live @ Batofar for the Clima Records Springtime Session.
MORPHOSIS ANSWERS TO CLIMA RECORDS
Before Morphosis came to play his amazing live performance to the ‘Clima Springtime Session’ we sent him few questions which seems important to us. Here is the questions, and the answers.
What is your relation with seasons and what influence seasons have on your life and work?
Seasons are obviously nature’s expression of life cycle. from birth till death. Death of nature is necessary, in order to regenerate in a better form. Our life is related to death everyday. Things need to die sometimes in order to bring better fruits and better continuity.
What is your relation with the natural light in the differents places you lived and go?
Since i started to travel i discovered that natural light is quite different from a place to another, and a weird thing happens sometimes, you only need to see a picture made in a quite natural way without effects, or a footage, to recognize places only by the typical light intensity. It’s a natural phenomenon, but if you look deep into it, it shapes the lifestyle and personality of the inhabitants of different areas, not only food or temperature are relevant, Light is sometimes really important in its intensity.
What is your relation with traveling, moving and landscapes?
Travelling is mankind’s primary love. It has been since the beginning to times. It’s not a personal thing, it’s quite deep in our human nature. Humans are nomads by definition. They travel for many reasons, to provide the food for them and the tribe, or to change the location with the hope of a better and more fertile ground, or just a spirit of adventure taking them to walk distances. It is still like this nowadays, when mankind will stop moving, it will definitely be the end, because things will not develop anymore.
What is your next musical projects?
Many things in the pot.
Who is one of your favorits artist in visual Arts in general?
I don’t have favourite artists in this sector, i think visual arts are really difficult to be judged, it’s a deep matter of taste and things and be seen in abnormous different ways from one eye to another. I think the guys who did the visuals for me at Unsound were quite good (MFO from Berlin) I remember also some really great works i’ve seen at the Today’s art Festival, also lately at the Fiber Festival in Amsterdam, but i don’t remember the names.
SANS TITRE, ALEXANDRE HOLLAN, ACRYLIQUE SUR TOILE, 97x146cm, 2007