Marumari, the solo project of electronica visionary Josh Presseisen, launched its operations in the late '90s, in Providence, RI. Offering revealing electronic pieces enlightened by unique and sparkling beats, along with waving rhythmic features, Marumari recorded a series of EPs and appeared on various compilations before deciding to prepare a debut album. Story of the Heavens, the first full-length by Marumari, hit the record stores in 1999, via the Cunsanto Records label, for the first time revealing his incursions into the fields of styles like ambient techno and intelligent dance music. A few months later, Marumari recorded yet another album, Ballad of the Round Ball, delivered by Carpark Records. During the following year, the musician offered The Wolves Hollow, and one year later Supermogadon. 4876, Marumari's fifth major studio effort, arrived in 2001. One year later, the compilation The Remixes supplied an alternate vision of Marumari's intrepid electronica conceptions. ~ Mario Mesquita BorgesPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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