IndustrialDeath, is a legend in the Philadelphia art and music scene as the founder of Panadelphia, a project that has endured for over a decade capturing the creativity of strangers and friends alike throughout the region. In short, Panadelphia travels to different events and festivals with empty canvases and art supplies, encourages any passers-by-standers to contribute sommething big or small to the project. Dozens of these canvases exist and are fixtures in many homes, businesses, and venues. IndustrialDeath is also a prolific electronic music producer who mainly composes in Reason. He released this full length album with Out in the Woods Records, entitled "B4 the ArtParty" (Art Party being a term coined by Paul early on in his Panadelphia mission) on April 21st. IndustrialDeath's sound is marked by sophisticated song structures that evolve into entirely different beasts by the end of each track, with dense layering, rapid fire arpeggios, and pounding beats. If one had to use an easy-to-digest, general term to describe the sound, it could be dubstep, but this is much more than that with varying styles of composition, rhythm, and sound design. "B4 the ArtParty" is available in streaming format and can be downloaded for $7.
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Speaker for the Dead - Earth Eyes EP [Independent Release]
Returning to American producers, we have Philadelphia's multi-talented, electronic music mastermind Speaker for the Dead with a new two song EP called "Earth Eyes ". He was featured in a recent article on Interdimensional Galactic about his monthly event Real Time. "Earth Eyes" possesses all of the trappings of a Speaker for the Dead production - variation, strong dynamics, and suspenseful progression in the songs' arrangements. Both songs are marked by powerful lead synth tones with equivalent, powerchord-like riffs. which could easily be identified as the "hooks" of the tracks. The eponymous opening song thrusts the listener head first into the aural action with little relent and the B-side Escape Velocity (nice, alliterative song titling) follows suit with all the more fury of bass, drums, and synths. Mastered by Starkey, every frequency is crystal clear and undoubtedly flourishes on subwoofer-heavy sound systems with little or no distortion or clipping. It's a nice quick listen and surely fits into any electronic dance music (EDM) playlist or DJ set.