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object oriented mood management

by submodern

electronic space pop reminiscent of melodic, early-90's idm
Genre: Electronic: Down Tempo
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Honeysuckle Context
5:26 $0.99
2. Effervescent
4:41 $0.99
3. Big Time Neon Overload
5:50 $0.99
4. Prettyboy
4:29 $0.99
5. Lemon Zen
4:22 $0.99
6. Bubblepop Funk
4:59 $0.99
7. Early Morning Mist
5:00 $0.99
8. Minimal Angst
4:56 $0.99
9. Polymorphic Tea and Toast
5:14 $0.99
10. Laguna Whitewater
5:10 $0.99
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Album Notes
submodern is dallas and art, two friends who have been performing live electronic music together for several years. their music -- melodic, moody, and spacey with bloops, bleeps and beats -- has drawn comparisons to other melodic electronic artists such as orbital, black dog, and early autechre while still sounding uniquely submodern. their live sets are known for their free flowing nature, somewhat of a rarity in modern electronic music, with no predetermined order or length to the songs and no single computer sequencer controlling everything.

"object oriented mood management" is their first album and was written in the style of the early 90s ambient and idm records that influenced them so much. the music is simple, emotional, and beautiful, filled with warm, playful synthesizer melodies cascading over quirky electronic beats. the production style is simple and straightforward, allowing the music to speak for itself without relying on tricks or gimmicks. the songs vary from upbeat to introspective, and nostalgically draw from the best of older electronic music while still sounding fresh and new.

this is a good album for long drives, late nights, and early morning sunrises. it is also melodic enough to appeal to a lot of people who don't normally listen to electronic music. a number of people have told us they just leave it going on repeat in their cd player and listen to it all day.

highlights include the pensive "honeysuckle context", the slinky "bubblepop funk", and the blissful chill of "lemon zen".



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Mario C. Castellon

Great Sound!
Submodern's cd Object Oriented Mood Management is electronica at its finest - mellow, synthesized harmony with a beat. Oriented Mood Management's sound and feel moves the soul and mind into infinity. Look forward to hearing more from these outstanding artists.

unless pica Jura!scored redeclares?Transylvania!eradicates:- Tons of interesdting stuff!!!

Kanty Sumant

Spectacular Spectacular
Naming a cd for the geekfully oriented presages a complex blend of synth layers and beat cascades that linger in the mind after the last note settles. Enjoy a fine journey through the minds of some up and coming new producers!


This album could play for hours on end, never gets old!
When I'm chilling out or doing homework this album (OOMM) can keep running continuously. I dig it, my girl digs it, its great! The songs work well together, no one track dominates... the whole thing is smooth and seemless. Check it out.

Bob Jackson

I enjoyed this DC very much
I like ambient music. Chill stuff is the 1st place I go in the record store. I'm a old school person, and found this CD very is truly jogs off centerline just enough to be the kind of music for a nice drive in the country with family, also great here at the home pad with a fire and a coffee table book....I like it!