Electronic artist and synth virtuoso Analog Sol presents his upcoming new single De La Selva. A hypnotic, and summery Afro house composition that has been a highlight in his live performances. De La Selva embraces chic bass lines, tribal-inspired melodies…Read more
Analog Sol combines vintage synths, 80’s nostalgia, and a love of sunset parties to keep the spirit of the underground alive. Born in Sydney and based in Barcelona, he has performed in over thirty countries, bringing his thrilling mix of Melodic Techno, Afro-House, and Caribbean vibes to a worldwide audience. Now, with the most compelling music of his accomplished career, he is out to redefine what a live electronic music performer is capable of.
His hit record Trinidad Dreams is played by everyone from Black Coffee and Solomun, to Axwell and Armin van Buuren. It has over 1.5 million streams on Spotify and was signed to Armada. Since it's release he's also signed to Mobilee, Toolroom, Realm, Axtone, and has an upcoming EP on Super Flu's label Monaberry.
Analog Sol takes an exceptionally unique approach to his craft, resulting in a mesmerizing and highly original sound. He composes and performs entirely with analog synths and hardware samplers. Eschewing computers in favor of a more tactile organic style.
The rhythms and melodies are intricately and thoughtfully composed. Never wasting a note, or track, and conducting it all into a one-of-a-kind experience.
This steadfast devotion to the craft of electronic music has resulted in a massive following, both in person and online. His live set has been streamed over two million times on Facebook. And videos of his record 'Trinidad Dreams’ have been viewed over twenty million times.
Live performance has always been at the heart of Analog Sol. He first started performing in 2001, under the moniker Bass Kleph. That project saw him top the Beatport chart multiple times, and perform at the most renowned clubs and venues worldwide. After years of travel, he was drawn back to the underground and became enthralled with analog technology.
He spent endless nights obsessing over sounds and nostalgia from the 80’s. That is when he decided to reinvent himself as Analog Sol. Since then, it has been a steady stream of late night parties and sunset vibes.
Big things are on the horizon for this eclectic artist. A performer whose passion for live music and quality sounds is unquestionable. Stay tuned for more analog sounds, analog songs, and of course, plenty of sunsets.