Welcome to Landru dedicated website. Landru is an audiovisual concept developed by Patxi Hernández based on electronic music mainly driven by synthesizers and all kind of electronic musical instruments capable of creating new sonic dimensions full of atmospheres and ambient textures. In this online space you will find all kind of information and references about Landru and the projects he is currently working on, including new releases, live performances, photos, collaborations and free downloads. You may also find all Landru albums , for sale via Paypal and you will be able to download some of his music for free.
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Rust consists of three previously unpublished tracks based on minimal evolving cinematic pads. Simplicity is the main nexus of this album as all pads were recorded lively using just a couple of digital synthesizers and sonic backgrounds based on field recordings. All music were composed, performed, recorded and mixed by Landru at Talus IV Studio, Madrid, during 2006-2007 and Atavachron Studio, Barcelona, during 2012. The album has been mastered in Atavachron Studios during 2012.
Facets is the new Chillout | Lounge double CD album released by Landru. With Facets, Landru shows his most intimate and serene side. It is definitely a delicate work, characterized by the coexistence of instruments, percussions and melodies from different cultures all around the world. Facets consists of one CD including 15 new unreleased tracks and a second CD with remixed versions of the original tracks made by the most representative ambient and chillout artists from Spain.
Scotoma is without any doubt, the darkest ambient album released by Landru so far. Scotoma is full of intriguing noises and background drones capable of creating an enigmatic and invisible atmosphere that surrounds the listener from the very beginning as an intense and dense fog that remains present throughout the whole album.
"Rust" the latest Landru release is now available.
Working in a new ambient project focussed on field recording made in Greenland.