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Tomás Urquieta Explodes Electro In His 3D Video For “La Muerte De Todo Lo Nuevo”

The Chilean producer’s new EP is out today.

Tomás Urquieta's "La Muerte De Todo Lo Nuevo" — or "The Death Of All That Is New" — is a pleasurably piercing deconstruction of underground dance musics in the veins of Fatima Al Qadiri, Arca, and Elysia Crampton. The Chilean producer's industrial tumult occasionally gives way to a gentleness, and it sounds like silk draped over a gnarled fist of steel beams. The track's entrancing video, premiering today on The FADER and produced by DMNC, showcases a hellish 3D terracotta army and abstract revolving shapes.

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Urquieta shared a cryptic statement about the song's creation: "Escaping club as one who evades a ruined house, proposes a metal evolution of nature, an industrial biosphere, a synthetic organic structure, using all possible elements and disgusted by sound stabilization; opens a clandestine and chaotic evolution. This is summarized in The Death Of All That Is New."

Download Tomás Urquieta's just-released new EP La Muerte De Todo Lo Nuevo at Bandcamp.

Tomás Urquieta Explodes Electro In His 3D Video For “La Muerte De Todo Lo Nuevo”