Gramatik Releases New Film and Music Bundle
Gramatik has just unleashed a free soundtrack that is sure to keep you groovin’ and movin’ all week long. On Tuesday May 5th the Slovenian Producer/DJ has announced the release of The Condor, a short film that accompanies a 13-song soundtrack featuring his new single “Corporate Demons." The song bundle and mini-film can be downloaded for free via BitTorrent.
Listeners who download The Condor Bundle will also be privy to bonus features, which include previously unreleased tracks and his latest single, "Native Son" featuring Raekwon and Orlando Napier, which was recently debuted onstage at Coachella.
The Condor is an essential release for all music lovers of multiple genres, not just the EDM scene. Inside you’ll find an array of top production techniques that infuse with the hip-hop percussion, ambient synths and acoustic instruments that beckon artists like Vangelis, Chromatics, and film composer Atticus Ross. “The ultimate audio/visual experience is obviously movies,” explained Gramatik.
“What I like about stories like The Condor are the conversations they start. I always liked stories that I don’t understand at first, even stories that frustrate me.”
Intertwined in the instrumentations is an undeniable message of mind, power, and the ultimate quest for enlightenment.
“This [film] is a reminder to step out of our armor and realize the difference in realities; to be bold enough to see yourself objectively. This is what real power, and real courage means,” said Nina Varano, the film's director. The Condor, described as a provocative ten-minute thriller, was filmed in Gramatik's hometown of Piran, Slovenia. Gramatik followers and fans can enjoy the profound messages on humanity as well as the natural scenery that inspired this artist.
If you’re as pumped as we are about these new tracks, Gramatik will be performing this Saturday, May 9th, at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO. Enter EDM.com's exclusive giveaway to the show here, otherwise tickets and more information on his performance can be found via Ticketmaster.
Written by Katy Ray and Andrew Aker