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Heavy Machinery

by Art Of Logging

All you need to reach immortality is a timecode generator. This record will teach you how through dance killer loops and electronic devices. The new big beat sensation from Italy.
Genre: Electronic: Big Beat
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2. The Stand
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3. Dance Lance
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4. Scratch
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5. Batch Me
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6. Be Moving
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7. Anew
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9. Blink Of An I
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10. Tape One
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Art Of Logging came to life in 2001 as a side-project for its two leaders and members: guitarist and producer WM and electronic composer and programmer Totoj started sharing ideas and samples even before meeting for the first time.

"The Bedroom Sessions", their first record, was released in 2003. The album is an intriguing blend of electronic music with an overall lo-fi taste. Lyrics and titles, as well as the colour bars on the cover, were mostly inspired by the concept of post-production and video editing techniques, quite not a popular topic which nevertheless remains still today a setting point in AOL's vision.

After the release of the record WM and Totoj moved on to other projects. More than three years passed almost without naming Art Of Logging; then in may 2007 the two got together again to score a documentary film, and found their musical feeling was not gone.

"Heavy Machinery", AOL's long-awaited second album, was recorded and mixed in WM's new home studio; the recording took just three months and the quickness of the process could stand as synthesis of the giant steps that have been made since their debut work. WM and Totoj abandon the lo-fi flair and psychedelic digressions of "The Bedroom Sessions" and opt for a more concise and straightforward structure, without losing a distinguishing sense of humour; and this time the duo can also afford special guests, like hip-hop guru 2M and vocalist Jojo. To be mentioned the strict connection of this record to the themes of its predecessor, made even deeper by the promotion of the Edit Life project handled by the Edit List Spy Division association (see website).

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