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Ok, let's have it, then.

 

I'm all over the digital version, but I really want to see what the packaging looks like. I'd love a full video of the above on a cd, too.

 

Couldn't find more than what's in the OP, considering that's basically all he put on his Facebook page.

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Yeah, put on the list of people excited for this. I might actually buy it, probably worth the audio quality.

 

All the videos he's done over the past years showing off various types of gear has convinced me this dude is more then capable of making some interesting sounds.

 

I kinda wish this was a double LP...

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WTF yeah! I'm waiting until I have the product in my possession before listening to any of it. I really wasn't expecting him to release anything ever again, so this is a welcome surprise. Hopefully there will be an LP soon to follow.

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It's funny to think that such a cutting edge sound could wind up sounding "retro" but that's how all those Detroit Underground guys are for me. Electronic music moves too fast sometimes. It's probably the most attention deficit form of music I can think of. Contrast it with rock whereby the template laid down by Led Zeppelin is pretty much followed to this day. I like to slip into something angular that pokes me all over like this stuff.

 

This.

And who knows, maybe the rest of the EP, apart from this 20 second sound clip, prominently features a some ancient Roland kit or some wobble or some unquantized hand claps, so he sounds all state of the art.

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It's funny to think that such a cutting edge sound could wind up sounding "retro" but that's how all those Detroit Underground guys are for me. Electronic music moves too fast sometimes. It's probably the most attention deficit form of music I can think of. Contrast it with rock whereby the template laid down by Led Zeppelin is pretty much followed to this day. I like to slip into something angular that pokes me all over like this stuff.

 

This.

And who knows, maybe the rest of the EP, apart from this 20 second sound clip, prominently features a some ancient Roland kit or some wobble or some unquantized hand claps, so he sounds all state of the art.

 

lol

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It's funny to think that such a cutting edge sound could wind up sounding "retro" but that's how all those Detroit Underground guys are for me. Electronic music moves too fast sometimes. It's probably the most attention deficit form of music I can think of. Contrast it with rock whereby the template laid down by Led Zeppelin is pretty much followed to this day. I like to slip into something angular that pokes me all over like this stuff.

 

This.

And who knows, maybe the rest of the EP, apart from this 20 second sound clip, prominently features a some ancient Roland kit or some wobble or some unquantized hand claps, so he sounds all state of the art.

 

lol

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I think he's just saying that the electronic music scene has moved on considerably over the last 10 years.

really? where? dubstep? analord ripoffs? what am I missing?

 

edit: oh I see baph already touched on this issue. nevermind :facepalm: @self

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that video is really cool, i wonder if that was an animation done after the fact or a real-time visualisation of a song or some kind of program that is making the song...hmm

 

Looks like some fine work by Axiom Crux

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