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Psychoanarchitecture

by pleqq

Electronic dance rock brewed from cutting edge software and hardware manipulations. Textural, interwoven, melodic, electro pointillism for the demanding mind.
Genre: Electronic: Pop Crossover
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1. T.M.B.
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2. Chrome Cake
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3. Absolutely
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4. Leisure Loot
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5. Troika
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6. Ixchel
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7. Travelog
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8. Squid Pulp
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9. Psychotropical
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
When the harmonic rhythm of electronica is hastened, a collection of melodic fragments become distinct points of light. Each interwoven theme tells a story.

Endless rhythmic anarchy is entertaining, but the melodic factor is what must be promoted. We need to have something to feel deeply, and we always need something to ponder. The universe can be considered many points of light, like exuberant textural music, mathematics, or Monet's Water Lilies. It's all the same thing.

The purity of improvisation or chance computer malfunction is the Zen of a performance. It's the rough charm of your favorite coffee cup. When photographing a sunset, or when your system becomes unexpectedly chaotic, you strive to capture a moment's magic forever.

There is always a memory or an imagined future that haunts us. We need to make the experience of our journeys, real and imagined, as interesting as possible. Music can do that.

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E. J. W.

PLEQQ creates a shifting sonic bombardment in this disc.
PLEQQ creates a shifting sonic bombardment in this disc. The pulsating effect catches your breath and buffets you outwards and upwards - its effect is worth the price alone. The official review on the disc is a bit flowery - fear not. Each song has many layers and mirror images of sounds that have a common melody or are simply in the same key and time signature. You sense great "texture" and "depth" in the sounds. The music could be described as "Chemical Brothers meet Ray Lynch" - but not exactly. Some of the songs have electronic pop or hints of latin influence. Some of the songs have a sort of gravity to them but most are upbeat in mood. The music and production work in a large space with good speakers and also in a small space (like a car). In fact, in a small space you hear the nuances a bit more. They change each time you listen - there's a lot going on - freedom if you want it and order if you need it. If you're into dance, electronica, even Asian or Euro techno, or Math or Prog you should get quite a kick out of this stuff.
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Raffman

Good combination of intelligent techno with lots of energy.
This CD is not like the usual highly repetitive techno-fare. Each track here is unique. The CD is a good combination of intelligent techno (ie. worth listening to, not just for dancing) and multi-layered high-energy tunes. Don't let the psycho-babble fool you. This is quite good.
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Derek Kueter

It will not get any better than this
I lived in Europe for 10 years, where all forms of music take a back seat to house and electronica. It's everywhere - in discos, cafes, restaurants, taxis, beaches - even at work. So you get good at distinguishing the wheat from the chaff. I scour Internet radio for good house and electronica and almost never find anything as good as Pleqq. Pleqq's new record is a welcome embarassment to anyone who has tried their hand at creating this sort of music. The record is not an acquired taste: You'll like it immediately, and, after a few spins, you'll love it.
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