If you like electronica, you’ll probably like Italian band Aucan’s sound. Then again, if you haven’t heard of or heard what Aucan can do, now’s your chance. Below you’ll find some Aucan tracks for you to sample. Beware, it’s kind of addictive.
Really, though, to experience Aucan, you need to see the band live.
Aucan is not just about music, it’s about visuals, performance deejaying, graphic design and media, in other words, Aucan is an experience. It’s a recipe which works and, amongst other things like a 150 venue tour, the band has even opened a Chemical Brother’s performance.
If you can’t catch the band live, maybe because you can’t make it to Italy (although the band plays throughout Europe), you can experience the band’s particular brand of electronica music in the comfort of your own home or during your own private mini-rave, maybe. Yes, on the Aucan website, there are a number of downloads which seem to be free! (a couple of the links don’t work though)
Founded in 20o7 via the world wide web, Aucan is Jo Ferliga, Dario Dassenno and Francesco D’Abbraccio.
Here’s Aucan’s music:
Aucan feat. Otto von Schirach – Rise of the Serpent
Note: Video probably not suitable for pre-teens. You watch and judge.
Stop reading, start speaking
Stop translating in your head and start speaking Italian for real with the only audio course that prompt you to speak.
Some more Aucan for you to listen to:
Aucan – Riot
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Aucan – Loud Cloud VIP Version
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If Aucan’s music has not be used as part of a film soundtrack, then perhaps someone might like to consider doing so. Pretty powerful and atmospheric sound.
You can find out more about Aucan by visiting Aucanism.com – the band’s website. If you are interested in booking the band, contact info is on the website. Or you can give their Facebook page a like: Aucan on Facebook