Camagüey, March 6.- After the promising union of four DJs of Camagüey, soon there will come a new musical project to the universities of the province, with the purpose of encouraging from current trends the traditional culture in the young audience.
Fractal House, built by the DJ producers Mad David, Xami, Nergall, and Richy Castro, delves into the mix of their own and international electro-acoustic music with traditional elements that are nourished by Cuban and African roots essentially.
"We have the intention of spreading different genres and sub-genres of electronic music, doing a job that enriches the culture of young people, who are aware of what you are doing and also of the traditional music," said Richard Castro Pimentel, DJ and producer, a member of the Hermanos Saíz Association (AHS) in Camagüey.
He also announced that in his shows, in addition to the VJs, with visuals that help build the story proposal in his themes, in addition to inserting to dancers and actors theater for a more complete and attractive.
Currently Fractal House shows for young audiences, its main recipient, while waiting for a space for a more authentic defense of his music.
"We want to make a tour to all universities of Camagüey, and if possible from other provinces, all depends on the support that the institutions can provide us," said Richy Castro, member of the group.
This will be a good opportunity to promote our work, match the young, who showed his talent in the recently concluded Day of Electronic Music Beat 32, compared to a heterogeneous public of varied ages.
Both the insertion of this modality in the usual night centers of the city, such as the opening of new spaces for its dissemination could be the key for those looking to enjoy a wide variety of musical proposals.
The electronic music already has a few decades of history, in search of an individual and common seal at the same time, as shown by Fractal House, a young project that opens up from Camagüey, with the momentum of good art. (Dania Diaz Socarras/Radio Cadena Agramonte) (Photo: Internet)