Code Bushido producing electronic music in the very broad-stroked genres of techno, house, and tech-house.
Irish mainstays, Aidan Kelly and Christian Boshell, met in the early 90s. They DJ‘d together for the first time in Tin Pan Alley; a Dublin underground weekly known only by word of mouth. Shortly thereafter, they began creating soundscapes and capturing moving life for film and television, most recently on the Dublin 2020 project, a short film focused on Dublin city councils bid for European city of culture in 2020.
What followed was a studio partnership under the guise Paperheart. The explorations produced a series of unfiltered eclectic-dubbed-out-electronic-ambient soundscapes originally planned for film.
As things would have it, the experiments ended up as their fresh ambient electronica concept album, “Torn Apart”. Five tracks in total were released in the summer of 2018 on NY stamp ICONYC and what thankfully spawned was a second more industrial type of moniker; Code Bushido.
As the first of many to come, here at Bakroom, we are proud to present Code Bushido‘s first EP release, Shogun; a tough driving, intensely focused, and powerful juggernaut built on heavy house and techno. Expect obscure vocals, foley edits, and environmental mishaps. Think trains, cars, dialogue, industrial grinds and cuts or anything they see fit and you’ve got Code Bushido
Included are 3 equally influential remixes from some of europes finest underground house and techno producers, french duo-of-the-moment, G-Prod of R&S records, who create a beautiful detroit techno inspired mix drenched in atmosphere. Producer Sylar turns in a deep yet bouncy melodic house and techno version, his music has even featured on Satoshi Tomiie – Renaissance: The Masters Series Part 11 and a stripped back lunar orbital type version by Technoscene’s editor-in-chief Static interference.
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