A wicked, breakcore/chiptune/whatever album by the eclectic electronic musician Gears of the Apparatus. The overall diversity of sounds and genres in this album is probably what makes this one of my favorite releases of his.
I really loved how this album manages to have such a catchy a danceble feel to it, while still experimenting with their sound in ways you don't hear quite to often. This album sort of makes me think a much more electronic heavy DFA 1979, which may or may not be accurate.
I've had this bookmarked for ages, I'm so glad I could finally afford it. I instantly love anything that uniquely incorporates a saxophone into whatever they're playing. Looking forward to jamming out to this in my car.
One of the chillest god damn album's, with great use of some really cool sampling, and having this neat eastern sound laid on top, resulting in being super laid-back chill-out music, but at the same time really interesting to listen to.
An awesome, instrumental math rock/ j azz fusion album, found these guys and bought a physical copy of Sea Dog through Little League Records. This only makes me more excited to be apart of such a wide array of eclectic, genre bending releases.
Basically a math rock masterpiece by a bunch of super rad dudes.This album contains a lots and lots of super mathy rhythms and unique song yet catchy song structures. I can't believe I waited this long to buy it.
It feels like this has been my all time favorite album for a lot longer than it's actually existed, like a much needed missing link in my music library. I specifically love the fluid and catchy use of odd time signatures with just the right amount of heaviness from the instrumentals.
This is just another level of chaotic mathcore goodness. The only thing though is I wish they did more random jazz interludes instead just a few throughout the entire album. Still a solid and technical as fuck release from Cryptopsy.