"Opilec" (1917) is a story by Josef Čapek, a writer and cubist painter, brother of Karel Čapek, the man who is supposed to invent the term "robot" that originally meant "servant". From this important etymology, that truly inspired all Isaac Asimov literature, comes Opilec Music by Gianluca "I-Robots" Pandullo's fervent mind.

Opilec Music is a label project deeply built on all Asimov way of thinking about how technology is not an enemy of human genre but a help and a real and useful extension of our mind. The robot is our friend and the music too. Opilec Music feels contaminated by old school Disco, Chicago House & Detroit Techno, the early 80's Italo & Synth, Electro & Cosmic Disco and by the seminal Krautrock & Electronic musical genres that differently as strongly have conditioned the history and world dance conception.

OPILEC MUSIC   No Sound Is Too Taboo... by I-ROBOTS - アイ-ロボッツ

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