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Nordika - Neurotransmisor (Limited Edition) (2013)

29-03-2014, 08:03
Music | Pop | Electronic

Nordika - Neurotransmisor (Limited Edition) (2013)

Artist: Nordika
Title Of Album: Neurotransmisor (Limited Edition)
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Synthematik
Genre: Electronic, Synthpop
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 74:17 Min
Total Size: 185 Mb


01. Dime (Album Version)
02. Mas Que Un Sueno
03. El Mundo Que Creamos Feat. Moenia
04. Lluvia De Electrones
05. Alas Como Lagrimas (Original Version)
06. Contradiccion Feat. Luna Violeta
07. Vapor
08. Endorfina
09. Perfume
10. Estigma
11. Mi Angel
12. Wings As Tears Feat. Carved Souls
13. El Mundo Que Creamos (Original Version)
14. The Flame
15. Contradiccion (Original Version)
16. Wings As Tears (Quantic Heaven Version)

Synthematik presents Neurotransmisor, the brand new album of Mexico’s finest synthpop project Nórdika!
Nórdika was formed in 2008 by a talented musician, Alejandro Marin, better known under his alias Alex Nórdika. The project has quickly gained recognition in the Mexican independent electronic scene with its own vision of synthpop music in the vein of Depeche Mode, Visage, Pet Shop Boys. With a dozen of releases including two full-length albums and numerous shows played across the country, Nórdika is now a known name not only in the Latin America, but also in the USA, Russia, Germany and other countries.
On Neurotransmisor, the project’s third album, Nórdika continues to develop its own signature sound and presents the listener with lush synthpop melodies, melancholy moods and the lyrics in Spanish. The album also features collaborations with guest vocalists Alfonso Pichardo (Moenia), Suede F. (Carved Souls) and Luna Violeta.

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