Xinobi's new album is pretty much an album rooted in the NOW. Its emo electronic music you can dance to. Atmospheric House with Spoken Word, dreamy electronic with a Pop feel, ethereal Techno, dark chill Leftfield fulfilled with uncommon lyrics on the dance music world.
“On The Quiet” is a dance floor-focused story about the transition of many electronic musicians from punk rock and skateboarding into house music and about how dance-music can be a field for social conscious awareness.
Friends were invited to sing on some tracks and there’s Ian MacKaye’s (of Minor Threat, Fugazi and the Dischord label) voice about skateboarding manners and urban alternative interpretations. The artwork by Braulio Amado with extensive biographical writings, lyrics, interviews with Igor Cavalera (of Sepultura and Mixhell) and David Andersson (of Punks Jump Up) beautifully crafted with fanzine-styled aesthetics.

Available on LP, CD & Digital.

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