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by Cyberchump & Janzyk

Atmospheric body grooving electronica remixes
Genre: Electronic: Dance
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1. DistortoGroove
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2. Karmic Buzz
5:42 $0.99
3. Space is the Case
9:12 $0.99
4. Drums in Sleep
6:29 $0.99
5. Brave Empire
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6. Feedback of the Orbulon
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7. Love Offering
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8. Dreams Groove
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Mark and Jim wanted to have their first two albums remixed. They wanted the process to be automated. They determined that they needed a software program or robot to complete the task. Not being able to write software they embarked on finding a robot. Mark met Janzyk at a party. Janzyk is not a robot. Janzyk is a human. However after some communication it was determined that Janzyk would be an excellent choice. Jim and Mark shared numerous analogue files with Janzyk. They did so in an analogue manner; they actually met in person. Janzyk converted those analogue files into digital files in a process that is too complex to explain here but involves many zeros and ones. Janzyk chopped the files into smaller files. He then twisted and arranged the files into numerous enjoyable and provocative options by taping them together with mental strips of adhesive which he then shared with Mark and Jim. The chumps found them to be pleasing and requested that Janzyk continue his process of chopping sound shards into even smaller bits and bytes. Five years passed. During that time Janzyk had numerous experiences in which he seemed to have been disconnected from the digitized information, becoming distracted from the material and then finding himself re-discovering what had been forgotten. The lost shards of memory eventually made themselves known in this non-bound audio codex with the sole purpose of releasing them from your listening device to your hammer and anvil.



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