Avatism

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Avatism Discography Tracks

Albums

Avatism - Adamant album art Avatism Adamant (Album) Vakant Germany 2013 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Avatism - Tell Me Nothing EP album art Avatism & The Selph Avatism & The Selph - Tell Me Nothing EP (EP) Amam Italy 2010 Sell This Version
Avatism - Thought Patterns EP album art Avatism Thought Patterns EP (EP) Souvenir Germany 2011 Sell This Version
Avatism - Mindsets EP album art Avatism Mindsets EP (EP) Amam Italy 2011 Sell This Version
Avatism - Sloth Vibes EP album art Avatism Sloth Vibes EP (EP) Luna Records (6) UK 2010 Sell This Version
DUMB-UNIT 64 Avatism - Perseverance album art Avatism Perseverance(12", Gre) Dumb-Unit DUMB-UNIT 64 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
Haunt004 Avatism - Taking It Too Seriously album art Avatism Taking It Too Seriously(12") Haunt Haunt004 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
Avatism - Constants EP album art Avatism Constants EP (EP) Vakant Germany 2012 Sell This Version
DUMB UNIT 67 Avatism - Archetypes album art Clockwork (25) & Avatism Clockwork (25) & Avatism - Archetypes(12", Tra) Dumb-Unit DUMB UNIT 67 Germany 2012 Sell This Version
VA052 Avatism - Adamant Remixes I album art Avatism Adamant Remixes I(12") Vakant VA052 Germany 2013 Sell This Version
VA055 Avatism - Adamant Remixes II album art Avatism Adamant Remixes II(12") Vakant VA055 Germany 2014 Sell This Version
Avatism - Killing The Hour album art Avatism Killing The Hour (EP) Nonplus Records USA, Canada & Europe 2017 Sell This Version
VA069 Avatism - I Was Warned About People Like Us album art Avatism I Was Warned About People Like Us(12") Vakant VA069 Germany 2017 Sell This Version
PAR020 Avatism - Bad Summer album art Avatism Bad Summer(12", EP) Parachute Records (3) PAR020 Italy 2018 Sell This Version
004 Avatism - Taking It To Seriously album art Avatism Taking It To Seriously(12", EP) Haunt 004 Unknown Sell This Version

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Mark_Anthony

Mark_Anthony

March 5, 2012
edited over 2 years ago
My best friend who is American born, speaks portuguese as a second language. Years back he married a brazilian girl that was here on a visa doing nanny work. This past weekend him and I were leaving a Josh Wink party at Sullivan Room. The club closed, and we were in the exit coat check line tired, exhausted and half wasted. My friend overheard a brazilian girl named Gabby standing on line behind us, chattering in portuguese. My friend naturally mingled in with her and her friend Glenn, who was apparently a butler for some wealthy family in Manhattan. Gabby and Glenn invited us to a mysterious after-hours party where the music apparently went "boom-boom-boom-boom" according to Gabby. Glenn had to be at work the next morning but he didnt care, he wanted to stay out. So by a complete stroke of good old fashioned luck, and party-chaos, the 4 of us strangers ended up in a cab headed to a party in the basement of a defunct catholic church somewhere in the middle of Brooklyn at 5:30am. Had no idea what to expect walking into this venue. It was an invite only party and we got in with the help of the friendly folks that invited us. The black cast iron outer gates were guarded by two huge but polite bouncers who had a combined weight of at least 700 pounds. Down a flight of steps to the basement, first thing I see is a 30 foot long LED matrix rig over top of the dj that looked amazing. I look to my right and there is a man wearing nothing but women's underwear and boots, and to my left a dude wearing a gas mask with red lights inside the eyeballs and deer antlers attached to the top. F*cking deer antlers. Right in the middle of the room, in front of the dj booth was one of the most beautiful blonde girls I've ever seen. She was the kind of girl that could wear her hair really short and have it look amazing. I danced next to, but not with her for a track or two. I remember thinking to myself, wow that's a tight dress she's got on. It wasn't until after we left that party that my friend told me it was body paint. The dj at the controls during all of this turned out to be Avatism. Up until this party I knew nothing of this man. He was playing a particular flavor of dark, slow, creepy sounding minimal techno/tech house that I can't say I've ever heard before. Within about 10 minutes I knew I was witnessing something special. The sound system was supreme. We danced right in front of the speaker stacks all night. Point blank range. No ear pain, just crystal clear relentless basslines and beats all night. I've been to underground techno events before but nothing quite on this level of grimeyness. If I had to guess I'd say Avatism's set was played in the 119 to 120 bpm range for hours on end. It was a master class in subtlety. The crowd was with it the entire time. A once in a lifetime deal. If you like low speed, effective sounds, be sure to go out of your way to see this guy. He's a great after hours dj and his productions are ace.

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