Wednesday, May 24, 2006

In-Tune: Scientific American

Style: Electronica

"After a string of successful production projects, Scientific American presents his Mush Records debut, Strong for the Future. Featuring ten tracks that capitalize on the fresh sounds and dynamic production of IDM without sacrificing the music's soul, the album mixes elements of electronic dance music, hip-hop, and rock into a single hybrid. With beautiful electronic compositions that could fit neatly on The Leaf Label ("Strong for the Future"), chop and paste hip-hop influenced productions reminiscent of music on Warp ("Between Urban Movements"), or classic vocal tracks that sound like the Flaming Lips produced by Boards of Canada ("Drift in Place" which features vocals by John Atkins of 764-Hero), Scientific American has created an album that will surely be recognized as one the most expertly produced releases in the Mush catalog." - Scientific American

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Strong for the Future