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Felipe Arcazas
Felipe
Felipe Arcazas.
Background information
Birth Name Felipe Arcazas
Occupation Musician
Genres Psychedelic Rock, Electronic, Ambient, World Music, Synthwave
Instrument(s) Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keyboards, Vocals
Years active 2011 - Present
Associated acts Arcazas, Czar
Website Bandcamp

Felipe Arcazas is a musician born in Araraquara, Brazil and residing in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He is known for his independent style of psychedelic rock. Starting around 2010 or 2011 Arcazas has produced and self-released several works, working entirely as a studio solo artist. His first releases came in 2011 in the EPs Induction To The Subconscious (25 April 2011) and Aeolian Processes (25 November 2011). Another EP in Nahuatl would drop in 2012 along with a Split EP and a couple digital singles.

In 2014 Arcazas would begin a new project known as Czar, which essentially comprises of more ambient, electronic, trip-hop, trap and world based sounds. This project has remained active, with Arcazas composing works for movies and games.

DiscographyEdit

As ArcazasEdit

  • Induction To The Subconscious (EP) (2011)
  • Aeolian Processes (EP) (2011)
  • Trieste (Digital Single) (2012)
  • Nahuatl (EP) (2012)
  • Arcazas & Vintage Cucumber (Split with Vintage Cucumber) (2013)
  • In Loving Memory (Digital Single) (2014)

As CzarEdit

  • Zeitland (Video Game Soundtrack) (2014)
  • Sweat It (Digital Single) (2014)
  • 5 Horas (Video Game Soundtrack) (2014)
  • Der Geist Klavier Redux (Horror Cartoon Commission) (2015)
  • Hexacorallia (Educational Video Single) (2015)
  • Reflection | Refraction (EP) (2015)
  • Fragments And Gestures (EP) (2015)
  • ADR1FT (Video Game Single) (2015)
  • Hydroacoustics (EP) (2015)
  • Polysplash! (Video Game Soundtrack) (2015)
  • Fortress (Animation Soundtrack) (2016)
  • Neuroplex (EP) (2016)
  • Afterglow (Digital Single) (2017)
  • Exodus (EP) (2018)
  • The Collector (Compilation) (2019)

Other WorksEdit

  • Caminho do Som (EP as Caminho do Som) (2015)
  • 赤い白鷺 Akai Shirasagi (Collaborative Single) (2019)

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