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Unregistered (2007)

Trance, dance, Goa, thump. Club music. eXstatic. Heavy ambient.

Requiem for Pig (2008)

Dance, trance, groove - "spooky music". This is very much an experiment in finding out what causes us to hear music in our heads before we ever lay it down, or to know that *this* sample is the right one and not that one. Many hours were spent contemplating and discussing the nature of art and creativity in the way that only the truly ignorant can. Good fun, that! Seriusly tho, this is all about the heart. I knew I'd hit it when my 5 year, on hearing "Requiem for Pig" for the first time, turned to me and said, "Dad, how come it's so sad?", and my wife had tears in her eyes. Go and make music and dance and be true to yourself now, while you can: you'll be a long time dead.

Other RPM Partcipants

Blue Heron / Electric Heron Project

el-tin fun

Chipleh

Three Finger Greek

Spontobeat

Otto Reverse

Shat Benatar

JH and the Dreadlocks

Anarene

Mike Grutka

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BIOGRAPHY

tim lives outside NYC where he teaches. jack is a coder in Boston. frank (guitar on 120 empty) is an NYC architect. All three of us have kids and wives and lives apart from music.

BAND MEMBERS
tim - keyboards, guitars, vocals jack - keyboards frank - guitar

YEARS COMPLETED
2007,2008

GENRES
Dance


Completed Albums

Unregistered(2007)

Trance, dance, Goa, thump. Club music. eXstatic. Heavy ambient.


kodia (Call to Prayer mix)
Cacophonious
airPlay
Snowy
Noldea
Terminate
Christos
Cathode
Uttley
Wake Up

Requiem for Pig(2008)

Dance, trance, groove - "spooky music". This is very much an experiment in finding out what causes us to hear music in our heads before we ever lay it down, or to know that *this* sample is the right one and not that one. Many hours were spent contemplating and discussing the nature of art and creativity in the way that only the truly ignorant can. Good fun, that! Seriusly tho, this is all about the heart. I knew I'd hit it when my 5 year, on hearing "Requiem for Pig" for the first time, turned to me and said, "Dad, how come it's so sad?", and my wife had tears in her eyes. Go and make music and dance and be true to yourself now, while you can: you'll be a long time dead.


decadance
her
cresent
mysic
mommy
rosebud
darkness
120 empty
memory
requiem for pig