Bumper selection of advanced electronic tweakery from America's Velapene Screen, with 14 originals cruising through breakbeats, glitches and melodies alongside remix treatments from Meat Beat Manifesto, Duran Duran Duran, Sense and Kero.
released February 14, 2012
This record was and is about exploring the creative process, there's a subtle truth in creating something that drives you to create more. Creative cannibalism can work if it's for fueling purposes. Changing my comfort zone and moving to the desert gave birth almost a full year of solid writing, late nights, love, friends, lies, truths, exploration and forward thinking all realized in a hot, dry, bleak and lonely place. This record wouldn’t have happened if not for a few simple moments in perfect position. I was also graced with some amazing remixes from some of the most talented musicians I've come to know and respect. Thanks for the contributions of extraordinary sound from Jack Dangers, Kero, Duran Duran Duran and Sense.
Thank you to Natalie C, Keith Derek Jackson, Digital Nimbus, The Centrifuge, Bill Youngman, Charlie Nicolls, Dj Rubrene, Big Picture Media, Rob Paterson, Glen Ganguzza, Regina Spektor, Jack Dishel, Threv, Damian Conti, Jill, Ciro, Alexis and Igloo Mag. Thanks for supporting at every chance and making this record feel like a gift and a piece of art to me. Wassim, thanks man, I'm glad we got to talking and crossed paths here. Natalie you are a trooper for sitting through 90 percent of the writing in our high rise apartment in the sky (with windows that didn’t open). Hey Leyland, I finally have some time to tell you to shave.
The Centrifuge was a UK-based electronic arts collective active 2008-2014, revolving around the expression of the
experimental aesthetic in electronic music, with particular emphasis on electronica, glitch, ambience and minimalism, acid, IDM and drill & bass....more
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Astonishingly good electronic tunes for a tenner and for a good cause. As well as titans 808 State, Autechre, Plaid, B12, etc... the lesser known artists shine. Get and enjoy! Played Quandary Wand at my wedding after Halcyon by Orbital. :) Egg Wizard