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Revolution Void: Effects of Elevation

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Released:November 23rd, 2010
Length:00:19:12

File under: Electronic Breakbeat Jazz

From the All About Jazz review:

Combining electronic breaks with jazz improvisation, Effects of Elevation is a unique example of the interesection where modern jazz and modern electronic music meet.

The release features guest musician Matthew Garrison on bass. Matt is known for his work with Herbie Hancock, Joe Zawinul and others. Additionally, track 3 features vocal samples by Ill-esha, known for her work as both a DJ and vocalist.

All About Jazz writeup describes the remix, as well.

Citizen Prime's remix combines a house groove with piano and bass solos on top. The airtight 4-to-the-floor rhythm propels the song as it progresses through solos, breakdowns and builds.

The Sevenless remix incorporates IDM, glitch and industrial genres, while retaining a distinctive sound. The remix begins slowly, eventually building into epic proportions with a guitar-laden breakbeat chorus.

EP info:

Track 1 written and produced by Jonah Dempcy.

Track 2 written and produced by Scott Baggett.

Track 3 written and produced by Nicolas Manel.

Vocal sample on track 3 by Ill-esha.

Cover art and design by Yuriko Miyamoto.


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Effects of Elevation
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Effects of Elevation by Revolution Void is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
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jason on 11/23/10 at 04:34PM
This is just what I want to hear, thanks Oddio Overplay for the tip on this irresistible futuristic disco!

Seems like Jonah and Revolution Void have made a lot of incredible free music, currently revisiting these two BlocSonic compiled tracks and checking out revolutionvoid.com
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amansiddiqi on 05/14/13 at 04:32PM
Awesomely funky! You rock!!
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