Innovative is a term loosely thrown around in modern day music, but it is a term ringing loud here as the inaugural project of Unpropped begins to unravel. An exploration of obscure textures and abstract environments, crafted with a definitive sense of timeless drifting. Real name, Germán Sánchez, seems to have a certain ability to paint pictures for the listeners of his music, using your mind as a canvas with each curious sound blending in a new colour. Once you begin to immerse yourself within his charismatic and industrial sound, the animations start to play out right before your eyes, dispersing emotion and curiosity. His daring, yet enlightening compositions delve deep into the realms of the impossible.
This native Spaniard currently resides in Germany, after spending considerable amounts of time in Brazil, India, and Morocco, improving his cultural palette as he travelled, drawing strains of influence from all these vibrant locations, resulting in his bold and boundary stretching productions of today. Quite notably the biggest influence on the development of Germán as a musician comes from his two year studies at Longevity Music School in Strasbourg, France (2019-2021). This is where he learnt how to process his vast creativity and open mind into unsuspected patterns and mystical arrangements that will stand the test of time.
Whilst dedicating a large focus to creating his debut album, the cinematic music maker is also beginning to prepare a live performance where he will present his dynamic ethos to groups of people at one time, utilising a minimal amount of machinery, propelling intuitive sounds, maneuvering way beyond the norm. The aim being to create a sense of community that before the experience seemed inconceivable, even to the imagination.
Unpropped is a project dedicated to the extraordinary and otherworldly, and over time will only continue to develop and evolve with such a singular artist at the helm of the idea. Always seeking to challenge the listener’s perception as a way of triggering subconscious reactions and associations.
Why follow the narrative when you can create your own?