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Premiere – Nicola Kazimir shares the ‘Never (A Perpetual Transhumanist Curse)’ from Dracula-themed new album

Don’t listen to this after dark would be our advice…

Nicola Kazimir shares the opening track from his imminent new album Post Heretic Dracula X Chronicles II with Juno Daily today, ahead of the album’s release on June 25.

A DJ, producer, musician, artist, space-owner, record label owner and party organizer, Nicola Kazimir works freely across platforms and communities, basing his work on the subjects as deep as institutionalization of techno, copyright, dividualism and the human perception of repetitive rhythm patterns mixed with aesthetic codes of b-movie horror movies or occultism.

One of the founders (and still part) of the labels Les Points/ Gentrified Underground / Infoline and the offspace Mikro, his latest is themed around the Dracula myth.

The Dracula figure functions as a part fictive and part autobiographical metaphor,” says Kazimir’s statement, “Dracula mirrors certain systematic (therefore also internal) conditionings and attributes in its whole ambivalent fluctuations. This character represents the complex relationships of a loving/living person in a neo-liberal capitalist system while oscillating between melancholia and rage, facing the preservation or loss of his love and standing in an alienated position towards the ruling order.

“The eleven featured compositions and their respective song names (both of them are riddled with references) playfully touch on conflicts between love, life and system-critique, without being too upfront about the subject-matter.”