Badalona, a village close to Barcelona, is the hometown of Sau Poler, the best kept secret of the electronic scene in Spain. It is a recent discovery, because it was not until a yea ago when he started to experiment with electronic with the aim to express something different and have a blast. Before that, he had passed through instrumental hip hop and experimental folk, yet this time the bet was so right that soon, his influences, such as Aphex Twin, Four Tet or Floating Points, turned out to be essential pillars to define his music.
Now that he has signed with Converse’s platform Make Noise to record at the Rubber Tracks studios from New York, Sau Poler seems to have found his perfect spot to complete, the new golden age of the Spanish electronic amongst John Talabot or Pional.
Electronic music that has a soul, the type that can be played and that does not know boundaries, or as Sau Poler says “I cannot classify my music in genders, I just follow what makes me feel right”