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.
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.