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Boris Divider
Your Light

Your Light
Your LightYour Light






1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Dec 15, 2023



Boris Divider, Drivecom, DCOM019, Your Light, Electro, kma60

Boris Divider presents a new original release with this 3 tracker ep. New refreshing stu¬ for the Drivecom’s catalogue after the more experimental electro works from the “Generative Operations” series, and after the limited 20th anniversary reissues of “Ultralink” and “Take My Beat”.
Now it’s time to hear and feel “Your Light”. A special work that brings back the puristic electro vibe from the early works on Drivecom but with a new sonic spectrum and powerful sound production. Repetitive and syncopated synthlines as Divider’s ID signature, powerful rhythm patterns and an exclusive and unique vocoder treatment that build-up the original track to open the A side. Meanwhile A2 track “Your Light” (The Variant Version) is a slowed and darker deep version that will remind us some kind of an aseptic and much more minimalistic sound design with some similar soundscapes and echoes of the earlier Arpanet’s stu¬. In the other side, “Your Light” (The Infrared Version) is a ready-for-the- oor soundtrack with more aggressive FM synth modulations and characteristic pitch-shifted voice, a track that keep the essence of the original title but balances the release into a more solid club-oriented tool.
About the message behind this track. The lyrics represent a desire from an entity who wants to know the deal about the deepest wishes and ever growing curiosity of mankind and their di¬erent pro les, and with such statement the entity wants to feel what are we made of and shows to the audience if they really understand what scienti c evolution means for their own, the human race, with all the pros and cons, an always double-sided sword taking the light as a pure and indomable source of energy. This message is also re ected in a special Video clip you’ll nd soon on Drivecom’s YouTube channel as a bonus promotional material.
A great balanced 12” Ep which serves as an introduction for what we’ll have in the near future: “Memories from the Dust”. A long awaited new B. Divider’s album on Drivecom records.

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Your Light (Original Version)


Your Light (The Variant Version)


Your Light (Infrared Version)

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