ABRAXAS, dark dance electronic music to shake bodies and minds.
Dance. Think. Fight!
Abraxas is a halfway project between dark dance electronic music, philosophical reflection, socio-political activism and musical entrepreneurship. Its main goal is to shake bodies and minds by spreading messages of individual and social self-criticism from the point of view of duality, extremes and contradiction, inherent to the human being and capitalist society.
A personal commitment to its founder, Demian Abraxas, a farsightedness business with long-term strategy in development since mid-2018, working side by side with a team of involved talented professionals from different areas and collaborating with many artists and activists supporting the cause in order to send highly impressive messages through music and a powerful audiovisual live experience.
Broadly speaking, we could include the music of Abraxas within electronic music in the genre of techno, although echoes of different styles and sub-styles can also be heard wrapped in a modern discourse and a current sound: industrial and post-industrial music, EBM and its more modern side Techno Body Music, cyberpunk, darkwave and finally, more noisy and experimental sounds.
As can be read in our manifesto, bands, artists and artistic and musical movements such as Dada, Futurism, Fluxus, No Wave, Kraftwerk and Krautrock, Throbbing Gristle and Cabaret Voltaire, Frank Zappa and Ovidi Montllor, Suicide and Esplendor Geométrico, Einstürzende Neubauten and Swans, DAF and Front 242, Devo and The Residents, Underground Resistance and Atari Teenage Riot, Aphex Twin and Burial and many others are what inspire the project at all levels: artistic, musical, visual, ethical, aesthetic, philosophical and ideological.
Read our 10 point manifesto to learn more about the project and its imaginary, subscribe to our mailing list to stay tuned about our last news, releases, gigs and other issues and do not forget to follow us on social media and streaming platforms, too.
Hope you like it. Hope you dance to it. Hope you think of it.