Something Feels Wrong From The Beginning

from Alternoia by The New False Gods

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Something Feels Wrong... is a brilliant composition that harks back
to the classic style of 'My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts'. Vocal samples
overlay a sometimes anxious atmosphere populated with all kinds
of blips, knocks and tones. Imagine watching several TV screens at
once, imagine taking control and orchestrating them so they
harmonise. The listener is carried through a tightly packed space
where the music pushes up against you, vying for your attention.


from Alternoia, released July 4, 2012
Gods of Uncertainty - Jack Hertz, Charles Shriner

Jack Hertz works with real and artificial sounds to create intangible techno-organic impressions between music and noise. Jack has worked with many artists over the years and, like several of the artists that worked on this album, he is actively involved with promoting music in all its forms, from radio shows on Stillstream to the recent S4G (Sound For Good) label that donates all proceeds to charity.
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Charles Shriner is an international, award wining electronic musician, sound designer and producer. His project, dRachEmUsiK, has been described as "glitch-groove ambient beats with a strong modal jazz influence". Simple melodies swirling in mixed tempos and undulating textures. Dense, erotic, evocative, emotional, spontaneous and sometimes noisy. dRachEmUsiK blends improvisation with structure and is performed in real time.
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