DBL107: Camedor - Portal

Release: April, 26th 2019

José Orozco Mora

About Portal

Camedor is José Orozco Mora, mexican electronic musician and composer originally from Chapala, now based in Ensenada, Baja California. In 2017, Orozco released “En Ut / Alba” under Seattle’s label Debacle Records, an EP that oscillates between 20th century minimalism and early German electronica.

“Portal” is the new full-length LP by Camedor. Expanding and exploring his sonic spectrum into synth drone passages contrasted with pop structured pieces, all mixed with steady melodic patterns and rhythmic pulses inspired by ancient latin american music. The maritime landscape of his new hometown is also a palpable influence on his compositions. Orozco recorded and mixed the album in Ensenada, where he built a new studio in collaboration with Lorena and Alberto from Lorelle meets the Obsolete, band where he contributes with synthesizers for their live performances. “Portal” was mastered by Phil Petroccelli at Soultheft Labs, Seattle, WA.

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If the United States were to expand its current wall, I shall stand on the Mexican side of the border beside José Orozco Mora AKA Camedor. His two-song debut via Debacle is a powerful blast of positivity that can break any stone, cut any wire, and melt any icy hearts.
— Justin Spicer, Tiny Mix Tapes


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A1. Portal
A2. Mineral
A3. Eva
A4. Balandra
B1. Energia/Tiempo
B2. Iris
B3. Claridad

Format: 12" / Digital

Mastered by Phil Petrocelli at SoulTheft Labs, Seattle WA 
Design by Daniel Duran

Debacle Records

Previous Release

Camedor released a 12” EP with Debacle in 2017. The release featured an interpolation of Terry Riley’s In C . The album has since sold out in physical formats.