After more than 21 years of mushroom magazine we are now diving into the past with the new mushroom time machine. We will be sharing interesting articles which were published way back in time. Articles can include features with artists, cool interviews, and other fun stuff! For this episode of the mushroom time machine we have Painkiller. It’s an article from mushroom magazine edition October 2012.
Painkiller in the mushroom time machine
Painkiller is the awesome powered musical project by Roy Engel.
He begun his musical career at a young age studying music, playing piano and drums experiencing rock’n roll adventures. With the rise of electronic music in the 90s he got really inspired and started to develop electronic beats.
Along the years Roy experienced different styles of electronic music and collaborated with many artists and friends around the world.
Painkiller’s tracks provide sharp edition of computer technologies,
tight mixing, dynamic grooves and fat bass lines. You can recognize musical elements connecting the trance music of today with instrumental and classic music from different times such as Opera, Flamenco, Tango, Samba, Rockn’Roll and more. Active for over a decade, Painkiller holds a truly impressive catalog of excellent releases featuring 4 full length studio albums, 3 Various Artist albums compiled by him and numerous tracks release in compilation releases and EP’s.
Roy also runs a successful collaboration with fellow producer BLiSS under the known alias ‘A-Team’. Based in sunny Barcelona, Spain, Roy is also a partner and A&R of internationally acclaimed Nutek Records, known for its authentic releases spanning over 8 years.
Dive into the Painkiller sound
The complete mushroom magazine with Painkiller article inside