Latinsizer

Real Name:
Pepe Mogt
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Electronic music producer from Tijuana, Mexico.
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Albums

MRCD006, NKCD021/FCD06 Latinsizer - Ritmo 55 album art Latinsizer Ritmo 55(CD, Album) Mil Records, Noise Kontrol MRCD006, NKCD021/FCD06 Mexico 2004 Sell This Version
mrcd007, nkcd062 Latinsizer - Live At Mutek:MX album art Latinsizer Live At Mutek:MX(CD, Album, Dig) Mil Records, Noise Kontrol mrcd007, nkcd062 Mexico 2005 Sell This Version
STA028 Latinsizer - 110 album art Latinsizer 110(CD, Album, Dig) Static Discos STA028 Mexico 2008 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

MRV-003, MRV-004 Latinsizer - Nomada album art Latinsizer Nomada(12" + 12", W/Lbl) Mil Records, Mil Records MRV-003, MRV-004 US 2004 Sell This Version

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March 31, 2004
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In this project Pepe Mogt works with a very synthetic and basic set of musical tools to create a quirky approach to electronic music exemplified by "Ritmo 55", the first track released by Latinsizer which appeared on the Nortec Experimental CD. This approach could be described as a combination of the melodic work of early synth Pop classics such as Eno-era Roxy Music and Switched on Bach, modular synth based artists like Tangerine Dream and the grit of urban Tijuana.
Another example would be “Rubiconga” (a pun on the title of a seminal TD album), in which norteño rhythms were recreated by means of a classic late 70s analog synth, the legendary Arp Odyssey. The texture and warmth of analog sounds are the means with which Latinsizer becomes an alternate project to Nortec, and particularly, to Fussible.