Pixelord, aka Alexey Devyanin, is already a veteran of electronic music. The Moscow based producer has gained international recognition for his sound, which is the perfect cocktail of synth driven alternative bleeps and bass heavy beats. With previous releases on Error Broadcast and Leisure System, Pixelord now turns to Hit and Hope for his next release – Keramika.
released February 13, 2012
“Drinky makes me hard” – Machinedrum
“Like the EP a lot- big & loud sound in general – my favourite is Drinky. Groundislava remix is something nice + different as well, reminds me of boards a bit.” – Kelpe
“checked it and it sounds great, Pixelord is fresh!” – 1000names
“incredible release!! gotta be pixelord’s finest work to date, keramika is ridiculous. really really fuckin dope” – Kidkanevil
Reminded me a lot of Oddisee's "Traveling Man" LP resembling s a coming of age album where the focus is truly on tasteful production that is very approachable but whose essence lye in specific/technical sub genres ie 2-Step/Garage or Juke). Pixelord really showed the range of his skill set with this album. Brandon Kahill