Hybrasil's first release with Awesome Soundwave entails two deep, jackin’ and pure techno tracks that are instantly recognisable with his signature stripped and heavy funk.
Hybrasil announces second album 'TEN' featuring 10 tracks written over the course of 9 months following the completion of his debut album 'Embers' (released on Rekids in November 2019).
Hour Glass is the second audio visual collaboration with Tom Hodgkinson of Briston based design studio SHOP.
This week the music video for 'We Don't Flip' by Hybrasil premiered on Rekids
Berlin-based Irish artist Hybrasil returns to Rekids with four murky techno cuts in ‘We Don’t Flip’. Having made numerous appearances on Rekids including ‘Embers’, his debut album released last year, Hybrasil has become a core artist on Matt Edwards’s label when not releasing on his very own eponymous imprint. Reflecting on an amazingly creative 2019, … Continue reading Hybrasil presents We Don’t Flip: Out now on Rekids
The second Hybrasil Live performance from HBL Studios Berlin
On Saturday May 9th I performed live from my studio for Carl Cox presents Awesome Soundwave live stream on Beatport. For this performance I deconstructed a number of my tracks and reanimated them using a selection of machines in my studio, including my Roland TR-909, Korg Electribe ESX-1, Elektron Octatrack and Roland SH-09. You can … Continue reading Hybrasil LIVE @ Carl Cox presents Awesome Soundwave (powered by Beatport)
Superbooth is one of the worlds greatest music technology and modular synth expos. It's a melting pot of innovators and modular enthusiasts from all over the world. The subculture surrounding the world of modular is an interesting one, driven by innovative and creative characters. Visiting Supberbooth is a truly mind-blowing experience, put simply there is … Continue reading EXHIBIT: SUPERBOOTH BERLIN
For the third instalment of Exhibit on the Hybrasil Music Blog, we invited Max Zarna to revisit his photos from Time Warp over the years. Considering Time Warp is on hiatus for 2020, we felt it was a good time to reflect. Until next year
Hybrasil discusses his work as a sound engineer at Temple Lane & Grouse Lodge studios, early influences, life in Berlin & his debut album 'Embers' on Rekids