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Genre:
Electronic - Breakbeat/Breakcore
Artist:
 
lodsb
Title:
 
lazer.eyes.love
Label:
 
Force Intel / Vertical.fm
Label URL:
 
www.forceintel.com
Cat No.:
 
FINT 003
EAN/UPC:
 
4047253999572
Available as:
 
MP3

 

8bit breakcore chiptune classical music idm melodycore
00. lodsb - TEASER! (20 sec of each track) (20 sec of each track)   03:40    
01. lodsb - analogue arcade   04:24    
02. lodsb - eve   04:22    Tip!
03. lodsb - calypso   02:52    
04. lodsb - xXlazereyesloveXx   03:35    
05. lodsb - darjeeling   02:10    
06. lodsb - bubblegum hypothesis   03:54    
07. lodsb - deer ride   05:24    Tip!
08. lodsb - juno   05:12    
09. lodsb - rubiq   06:09    
10. lodsb - analogue arcade (ultra.edit) (bonus track)   04:59    
11. lodsb - zebra (bonus track)   06:40    
 
Total Playtime: 00:53:21

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Description

'Breakcore' would be the closest genre that might apply here. But this album is far more than just weird rhythm. In fact, while the beats are indeed extremly complex and omnipresent, they are still rather secondary. It's the compositions that this album is all about, and there is certainly something of classical music about lazer.eyes.love, both in complexity and in harmonies. Think of a battle between an electrified classical string quartet and a Drum & Bass DJ high on a bad trip. Some of the analog melody parts strongly remind of oldschool synth classics like 'Switched On Bach' or early YMO or of Frank Zappa's Yellow Shark (the composition, NOT the sound!) and there also is a touch of some classic arcade game soundtracks. The lazer.eyes.love tracks come complex and unpredictable, with no repetitions 100% guaranteed. And you can just forget about tapping your foot along with any beat. All this is put together much too artfully than the usual IDM breakcore production, so 'Artcore' could sound more appropriate as a genre.

Release Description

'Breakcore' would be the closest genre that might apply here. But this album is far more than just weird rhythm. In fact, while the beats are indeed extremly complex and omnipresent, they are still rather secondary. It's the compositions that this album is all about, and there is certainly something of classical music about lazer.eyes.love, both in complexity and in harmonies. Think of a battle between an electrified classical string quartet and a Drum & Bass DJ high on a bad trip. Some of the analog melody parts strongly remind of oldschool synth classics like 'Switched On Bach' or early YMO or of Frank Zappa's Yellow Shark (the composition, NOT the sound!) and there also is a touch of some classic arcade game soundtracks. The lazer.eyes.love tracks come complex and unpredictable, with no repetitions 100% guaranteed. And you can just forget about tapping your foot along with any beat. All this is put together much too artfully than the usual IDM breakcore production, so 'Artcore' could sound more appropriate as a genre.

Artist Biography (Short)

1983: born
1993-2004: classic music lessons
2000: started producing electronic music
2005-2007: member of electronic music/performance group “spheric lounge”
2005-2008: recording of the album karhu – “sinfonia for the blunt sword” with Haris Durakovic, released as Creative Commons
2006-2009: music productions for Bleubird, Audio88, Cocon, Youlia Djeddi, Misanthrop; collaborations with Playpadcircus, Yocrata, Noah23
2008: Budapest: recording of “lazer.eyes.love”
2009: various remixes, live gigs
2009-201?: currently recording two albums

Other: Programming synthesizers and effects; Author of/contributor to various OpenSource projects (since 1998).

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