Saturday Playlist: Parra for Cuva

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Today I would like to introduce you to Nicolas Demuth, born in Germany 22 years ago. He makes amazing electronic music under the name of Parra for Cuva.

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Parra for Cuva has been Influenced by the composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi. His favorite is piano improvisation. Parra for Cuva became really sensitive to electronic music by discovering artists like Bonobo, who’s been since then a main reference for him. Nicolas found out about his passion for this kind of music during a road trip he took through New Zeland where he lived for a year. His first track “Toward Orange”  is a perfect mix between instrumental composition and dynamic electronic beats.

Para for Cuva’s music is better summed-up by the artist himself :

I also try to produce a lot by recoding my own samples like percussion and all kind of instruments. The way music is actually made by hitting and shaking things.

After his stay in New Zealand Nicolas moved to Berlin to study Audiodesign, where he learnt how to compose music using digital media. There, he recorded the song “Swept Away” featuring his old neighbour Anna Naklab who lent her fantastic and emotional voice to most of his tracks. Felfelosophy

My favorite son: Wicked Games feat Anna Naklab  😀

Sit, relax, listen, and enjoy

https://soundcloud.com/parraforcuva/parra-for-cuva-imalla-1

https://soundcloud.com/parraforcuva/sets/something-near-ep

https://soundcloud.com/parraforcuva/parra-for-cuva-feat-anna

https://soundcloud.com/parraforcuva/sets/parra-for-cuva-sets

Find him on Facebook and SoundCloud

@ivettemb & @jeffinergon

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