AURAGRAPH is an experimental synthesizer-based recording project by Hector Carlos Ramirez based in Los Angeles, California. Ramirez established himself as AURAGRAPH in 2018 after years of producing electronic music under several different project names. AURAGRAPH blends ambient and lo-fi synthesis with upbeat analog drum patterns recalling the framework for genres like House and early Techno, creating a left-of-center nostalgic undertone known as "dark-wave"
Melding elements of minimalism, cold wave, and darker shades of electro, AURAGRAPH delivers a uniquely frosty, sometimes metallic sound that magnetically clings to one's psyche. The young artist has score mix engineered for shows like "Stranger Things" and National Geographic's, "Valley of The Boom," as well as collaborated with artists like S U R V I V E and Missions, earning him impressive credits early on in his career.
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