Igor Almeida is a Master Of Arts degree holder (specialised in sound design), audiovisual artist and owner of The Spiritual Triangles record label who has been producing electronic music for more than 15 years so far.
It's under the moniker Superalma Project that the Brazilian (living in Portugal) producer presents his most intimate sound exploration that unfolds itself as a shifting mix of a wide musical spectrum. This is where Igor Almeida surpasses any sound boundaries in order to create a “widespread” almost voluble musical experience.
Although one can recognise multiple orientations and objective references, Superalma Project has always been about how an exquisite story can be told, and how Igor Almeida can pursue different forms of making electronic music and video art.
Superalma is a post-genre experimental electronic music project, which aims to establish a musical proposal with a strong influence of sound design for film. Its dynamics exist on the border between sound as a textural phenomenon and the musical element as a melodic suggestion. So the instruments are basically tons of programmed or modified samples within granular synthesizers, voice and field recordings, keyboard lines, electronic drums and a variable number of harmonic synthesizers (pads).
Generally, the album themes circle around imaginary dystopian paranoia, technological overload, near-future anxiety and a anti-capitalism.
With 8 albums released by Dead Tapes (USA), Cranial Fracture (Spain), Spheredelic (Germany), The Spiritual Triangles (Portugal) and Glamour Label (Poland), as well as having participated and contributed in several compilations of labels such as Noctivagant (USA) , Unexplained Sounds Group (Italy), Spheredelic (Germany), Soundsphere (Romania), MAD (Malta), Rotten \ Fresh (Portugal) and Brainstorm LAB (Italy), Superalma Project has also extensively take part in concerts and festivals in several countries such as Brazil, Portugal, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Germany and Poland. Superalma Project has been consolidating itself as an important contributor to the universe of experimental sounds and images.
Superalma Project’s tracks