Composer Hector Carlos Ramirez — who works on the Stranger Things soundtrack team — joins the label, releases entire digital back catalog on all streaming platforms under the Dais Records banner.
Photo credit: Alecks Picha.
The palette and precision of prolific synthesizer composer Hector Carlos Ramirez aka AURAGRAPH has heightened incrementally since the project’s conception in 2018, and the artist is thrilled to continue his upward trajectory by teaming up with Dais Records.
Additionally, the label has released AURAGRAPH’s prolific back catalog on streaming platforms; listeners can check out Memory Tracer, Opacity Field, Lucid, Metamerism, Vista, and 88888888.
Born in the Texas border town of Laredo, Ramirez relocated to Austin for film school where he became fascinated by the local electronic underground scene spearheaded by SURVIVE and the Holodeck Records network. But it was only after moving to Los Angeles to work in the music department of a film trailer house that he crossed paths with Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein of SURVIVE, who were in need of an assistant for multiple ongoing projects. After helping out on National Geographic’s Valley Of The Boom miniseries, Ramirez officially joined the Stranger Things soundtrack team as a Score Mix Engineer. This expertise for audio design infuses AURAGRAPH with a unique sense of fluidity and finesse, able to shift gears and integrate contrasts: sleek yet strange, icy but emotive, minimal though rich.
Look for a new full-length release later this year from AURAGRAPH via Dais Records. In the meantime, keep up with AURAGRAPH on social media: