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Eduardo Ramos releases new EP as Pandit Pam Pam

Eduardo Ramos releases new EP as Pandit Pam Pam

Pandit Pam Pam, led by Eduardo Ramos, is a project associated with the Boston Medical Group imprint and the Gop Tun Collective. Born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil, the city has directly influenced his artistic evolution, reflected in his nocturnal and urban sound. With a 26-year career in music, Eduardo has built an identity of experimentation, influenced by the golden age of Warp Records and the acid house scene. His project is marked by a restless and profound mix of ambient music, post-rock and dub, providing immersive and unique experiences.

Even though he only has a few live performances as Pandit Pam Pam, Ramos has toured the UK with Four Tet, including a performance at the legendary Plastic People, where he played guitar on the dancefloor. His career highlights include early support from Kieran (Four Tet) and continued exploration into the possibilities of modular synths in electronic music.

On his latest release ‘Equipe Exploratória Dr. Dedé Tempobom Na Zona De Convergência Intertropical’, the artist embodies the essence of Boston Medical Group. The label is the result of a friendship between Eduardo and Bruno Protti, from Gop Tun. Created between 2018 and 2019, the record label’s idea is to be a platform for innovative creations. Its curious name is a playful allusion to the erectile dysfunction treatment clinic “Boston Medical Group”, as well as a tribute to the 1970s MDMA research group called the Boston Group.

‘Equipe Exploratória Dr. Dedé Tempobom Na Zona De Convergência Intertropical’ consists of five tracks which form a planetarium of deconstructed rhythms and textural twists. ‘Joy’ begins the journey into an experimental universe which manages to sound completely other worldly, while still connecting on a deeply intimate level. ‘Steps’ brings the idea of the track’s title to life: creatures wandering at a hurried pace surrounded by auditory scaffolding, reconstructing indeterminate spaces. ‘Dubist’ is acidic and melancholic, and plays with the senses. A muffled sensation is pierced by sharp elements and effervescent cymbals. ‘First’ immerses us in the aquatic landscape of dreams. The coming and going of the rhythms shifts our attention, making us float in a clear blue sky littered in soap bubbles. ‘Tempobom’ traces the roots of Eduardo’s life in the metropolis. Tension, danger, caution when crossing, circulating beneath mysterious and disturbing touches, which shine through the percussive chaos.

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