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electro-music 2005 sampler

Exciting music from 12of the outstanding performing artists appearing at electro-music 2005, June 3-5, in Philadelphia.

The artists on this compilation are some of today's most respected electro-musicians. Amy X Neuburg, Mark Jenkins, Wave World, Xeroid Entity, Amaranth Signal,Orbital Decay, Jake Swift, Recompas, ElectroBunny, TouchXtone, Fringe Element, and Project Ruori are influential independent musicians.

This CD represents many of the undulating creative cross-currents that are moving though the world of electro-music today. Many different styles music are presented here; many new styles. The result makes this CD an interesting and refreshing listening experience. At times these tracks are rhythmical and pulsating, but they are just as often electro-symphonic. There is some electro-acoustic music in here, elements of glitch and IDM, andl vocal and electro-acoustic music as well. Many compositional methods are employed in this collection. Some of this music is thoroughly composed to millisecond accuracy; some are recordings of live free improvisation performances. There are many moods, but there is always a sence of intelligence, exploriation, and the love of electronic music.

Analog Daze by Orbital Decay opens the CD with a driving wash of electronic sounds. It's a delightful appetizer for things to come.

Amy X Neuburg's fabulous Tattoo Song has everything, including some of the most beautiful vocal looping you'll ever hear. In one song she ranges from ancient medieval chant to electro-jazz and trip-hop. All it takes is one hearing this song to understand why we call Amy by the title electro-diva.

Wave World's Guardians of the Skies is both haunting and enchanting. It explores by melody and lovely musical textures. Wave World is one of the most well liked electronic music bands.

Xeroid Entity creates facinating evolving sonic images in Spirokete. This free form improvization was recorded at a recent performance at the famous Deer Head Inn, a distinguished jazz venue in eastern Pennsylvania. At times this music takes on an almost symphonic quality.

Jake Swift's Anikulapo is a lively and bright; a step in the direction of electro-jazz.

Nur Man Ist Hier by Recompas is moody and from the rock/jazz tradition.

In Nameless Creek by Project Ruori covers many different styles tied together by a light acoustic bass line and female voices. At times this sounds like folk music, progressive jazz, and even has elements of IDM glitch.

Fringe Element's Breeding Facility is taken from their popular CD, Rampant Biology is a very pleasant blend of electronic sequences and light-hearted melodies.

TouchXtone brings us Dub Chill 1, a relaxed jazzy piece with an electro-acoustic feel and a gentile beat.

Cytikal by ElectroBunny takes a simple very pleasant repeating note sequence and skillfully develops through several electro-music styles such as IDM and space music.

Araranth Signal's Resurrection of the Sphere is a subdued but beautiful sonic voyage of very sensitive space music with an underwater feel.

Moon Child by England's Mark Jenkins concludes this excellent collection on an upbeat tempo and a positive tone.

01. Analog Daze Orbital Decay unreleased 4:48
02. The Tattoo Song Amy X Neuburg "Residue" 7:33
03. Guardians Of The Skies Wave World "The Winds Of Laax" 8:33
04. Spirokete Xeroid Entity unreleased 6:25
05. Anikulapo Jake Swift unreleased 2:19
06. Nur Man Ist Hier Recompas "Definition" 3:47
07. Nameless Creek Project Ruori unreleased 6:53
08 Breeding Facility Fringe Element "Rampant Biology" 4:14
09. Dub Chill 1 TouchXtone "Two" 5:10
10. Cytikal ElectroBunny unreleased 6:26
11. Resurrection Of The Sphere Amaranth Signal unreleased 8:03
12. Moon Child Mark Jenkins "Space Dreams 2" 5:38
Total time 69:59

These CDs are professionally manufactured in full-sized jewel cases with graphic design by Figure XII. This CD is the first release of electro-music media[TM] destined to be one of the preeminent labels in the future. This is a limited production run destined to become a collectors item.

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