The Pyramid “City Lights”
man in front of neion lights

The Pyramid “City Lights”

The Pyramid is Jorge Valverde’s electronic music project founded in mid-91 in Valencia. His music is characterized by the use of repetitive melodies and rhythms, played by synthesizers, sequencers, drum machines and computers. His influences include electronic music of the late 1970s and early 1980s and dance music of the 1990s.

Artists of the stature of Kraftwerk, Azul y Negro, Ultravox, Vangelis and Jarre can be seen in his compositions, consolidating a melodic and fresh Synthpop, paying homage to one of the best compositional eras in the history of music.

His discography is made up of the “HAL 9000”, “Synthetic”, and “Robots & Computers”. The first pays homage to the computer in the movie “2001 A Space Odyssey”, while in his second work, we can listen to 20 songs that immerse us in a journey through digital landscapes reminiscent of darcade afternoons of our adolescence. While “Robots & Computers” is an ode to the most famous robots and computers in pop culture.

“Behind the Lights” is another twist in the musical trajectory of the project. A reunion with the most melodic and melancholic part of the artist. Their first single “City Lights” is a real trip in a DeLorean through the streets stained with neon blue and pink lights of the big city. An allegory, recreating encounters, sensations of daydreaming and nostalgia for better times.

“The Pyramid” has returned and this time it is to stay.

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