Last Updated (Thursday, 18 October 2012 22:15)
Summer is coming to a close and my annual frenzy surrounding Burningman is finally at an end! It's update time! The VIP remix for "Reconstruction" off of the Nightfall EP dropped a couple of weeks ago. It's free on Soundcloud so grab your copy before they run out!
New singles are set to drop on Hopskotch Records, Flourescent Feather and one more label TBA. Keep your ears to the ground for these.
A mess of new tracks are already in the works for a new EP coming soon(ish). Genres will be smashed, new styles born, expectations surpassed and Anodyne Industries will be in full effect come 2013!! Here's one sneak peak at what's in the lab right now. More previews to come...
Last Updated (Thursday, 13 September 2012 18:32)
Countermeasures #13 is live! This set was recorded at the San Francisco regional Burningman Precompression event. Download it now!
(Sorry this wasn't uploaded to Soundcloud. They've gotten stricter about 3rd party use violations and live mixes fall into that category.)
Delta9 Recordings is celebrating their first release compiles a brilliant lineup of up-and-coming global DnB producers (including yours truly). "27" is stuffed with 12 tracks of brilliantly cold and dark tech-step DnB for your listening pleasure and will feature a new Anodyne Industries single, "Kanjou Nashi Redux". You can order your CD, or buy the digital version, on 6/1/12!! Mark your calendars!
Last Updated (Thursday, 21 June 2012 22:30)
Anodyne Industries - Nightfall EP
Having built up a solid reputation for hard hitting, industrial tinged beats with his previous work, Anodyne Industries takes things down a notch for the eigth Manifesto Music release, exploring the deeper end of Drum & Bass in his own inimitable style.
The EP opens with the minimalistic, eastern sounds of ‘Amenomibashira’. Delicate strings and expansive pads drop into a deep sub bass line, subtle kick drum and distorted synths. A refined, understated track, the plethora of minute details in the soundscape not instantly recognisable at first make it a rewarding listening experience and a fitting way in which to open the release. ‘Shadows On The Moon’ takes the energy levels up a notch as processed snares anchor the growling bassline and raw synth work. Watch out for the second drop...
From dark to light we progress with ‘Critical Space’, the most stripped piece on the EP. Pulsating bass and skittering hats are the all the elements this track needs to suck you into its hypnotic atmosphere. Again, there is a ying to a yang and the EP is rounded off with the weighty ‘Reconstruction’. Sinister vocals, twisted guitars and masterful drum edits hint at the harder sounds Anodyne Industries is known for. Screw faces at the ready...
Last Updated (Tuesday, 10 April 2012 16:32)