Machine March / Robot Emotion

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This double-track was written in 2009, but heads the compilation of tunes which make up "10¢", most of which were written and recorded in January 2012. The "Machine March" intro was inspired by both the Thievery Corporation track "Marching the Hate Machines" and the cover art to the Flaming Lips CD "Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots." The second half of the track, "Robot Emotion," challenges the notion (a la Kubrick) that devotion is restricted to biological species and anticipates the singularity with joy?


from 10¢, released February 20, 2012


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drummis New York

drummIs is an improvisational electronic musician. Most of what you hear on this site is played live in one track. Tools include the trapKAT MIDI controller, TD-5 drum brain, electric bass guitar, the RC-50 Looper, ME-25 effects, guitars, an iPad with too many apps, and a squeaky octopus. Located in upstate New York, he goes by Kurt Reymers, and is otherwise occupied as a professor of sociology. ... more

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