Compulsion (Single) by TeleForce / Electronic / Released February 20, 2014
Two hot-off-the-press electronic tracks from the forthcoming TeleForce album “Approaching Dominance” (due out in Summer 2014).
Compulsion is the alpha track, uneasy yet seductive with its haunting melody and muscular bassline. As the tension rises, an unflinching beat takes hold and compels the listener toward that elusive emotion between control and total surrender.
We’re Physical is a hypnotic journey — a meticulous aural construct with mathematical undertones driven by a simplified beat. While the bittersweet notes scatter in infinite perfect patterns, the primitive bass pulls with its own profound gravity.
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Purveyor of knickknacks, whatnots, and things that sparkle.
Back by unpopular demand, the Cunning Twit makes an ill-advised return to the digital world with a mind full of half-baked schemes, nitwit theories, and absurd observations.
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A Dancer in São Paulo by Mark Wilson / Soundtrack / Released Jan 23, 2014
Down the squalid alleyways of a São Paulo slum, children kick an old ball, their toothless grins giving way to laughter as they chase after one another. Along a garbage-ridden riverbank in Jakarta, an old women bends into the putrid brown water, her ancient fingers grasping for something of value, so that she may feed her family. Around the ornate facade of the Bali Bombing memorial, gatherers embrace each other, looking for the names of loved ones, unable to hold back their tears.
Such images of beauty, sadness, and pity were part of an unfinished documentary for which this bittersweet collection of acoustic songs was written.
Recorded almost a decade ago, these songs have since been polished up and remastered for this long overdue release.
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