Luka Prinčič: Entropy EP

three tracks for dance, upgraded into electronic adventure

With entropy all things move away from each other to achieve equilibrium. But more importantly, they strive for constant change against the forces of unbearable order. It’s a non-state of ever-becoming. Am I now talking about physics, sociology or the latest work by Luka Prinčič? He understands that it is not just important what we say, but also how we talk about things. So how does his Entropy EP speak? With it he continues his bassy broken beats fit for a dancefloor or as his video has proven – high speed ride through Iceland on a clear day. And this is where I see a change in his music that is fitting of the title — these are songs of patient dispersion with gentle optimistic undertones, which transform the perception of entropy, usually reserved for more harsher associations. It is the sound of a slow release of a dancer, unbound by the constrictions keeping them in place. It is, as Kevin Hodgson wrote, correctly quoted for the occasion, “the body entropic [that] moves to its own rhythms, energized by the contours of the stage.” — Gašper Torkar

“The body
moves to its
own rhythms,
by the contours
of the stage.”



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Luka Prinčič · music, production, mix
Igor Vuk · mastering
Kevin Hodgson · poem »The Body, Entropic«
Stella Ivšek · graphic design
Maruša Hren · fold
Janja Baznik · print

Radio Študent · media support
City of Ljubljana · financial support



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