Mortiis has uploaded five new remix kits to the Mortiis Remixed website, making a total of eight songs available for fans to use and abuse.
The site (remix.mortiis.com) is a forum that allows anyone with access to music programs such as Live, Cubase, Logic, Garageband, and the like to download separated tracks and loops and create their own remixes.
"We got a bunch of mixes in return on the first batch of songs and we uploaded all the remixes to the player at Mortiis Remixed for everyone to hear,” Mortiis said. “We hope this will be as successful as it was last time around.”
Mortiis is giving fans an opportunity to get creative with the tracks from “Perfectly Defect” through the newly-launched “Mortiis Remixed” site (www.remix.mortiis.com).
The site is a forum that allows anyone with access to music programs such as Live, Cubase, Logic, and Garageband, to download separated tracks and loops and create their own remixes. “Or simply abuse at will,” Mortiis laughed.”
The fan-created tracks can then be uploaded to the remix site and shared with the rest of the forum on the remix player.
“Perfectly Defect” was released in the fall as a free digital download. Mortiis supported the release with a winter European tour with Combichrist and will return to the UK this summer for another jaunt with Combichrist. Additionally, four mainland Europe dates have been added to the tail end of the tour.
Memories of Machines’ “Warm Winter,” the highly-anticipated debut from the art rock collective led by No-Man’s Tim Bowness and Nosound’s Giancarlo Erra, will be released July 191 via Music Theories Recordings (Mascot Label Group). Both Bowness and Erra are well-known in the art rock world as prolific musicians with a variety of projects on the go (Bowness recently co-produced ex-Fairport Convention singer Judy Dyble's acclaimed Talking With Strangers album). The exchange of ideas and music that would become “Warm Winter” began in 2006, with Bowness in England and Erra in Italy. Over the next four years the album slowly came together via recording sessions in Manhattan, Sweden, Rome, and the UK. The result of these sessions, "Warm Winter," is an epic album which possesses an unusual intimacy and ambience. “All of the projects I'm involved in have a distinct identity, I think, and mostly that's due to the particular combination of writers or musicians involved,” Bowness said. “Unlike some of the other projects I'm in, we didn't really sit down and write together, or improvise in the studio. I'd say the way that we've written together has been pretty similar to how I used to work with Steven Wilson in the early days of No-Man.”
To mark the 25th anniversary of its release, seminal prog-rockers Pallas have issued the long-awaited sequel their “Sentinel” album, “XXV,” on Music Theories Recordings.
“XXV” picks up where “The Sentinel,” a concept album that incorporated a futuristic version of the tale of Atlantis along with Cold War-influenced themes, left off. The album’s first track, “Falling Down,” bridges the two releases.
The album’s second song, “Crash and Burn,” is where the story starts to unfold. “The lyrics set the scene in ‘Falling Down’ and now we cut away in cinematic terms to a very dramatic sequence of the story,” explained bassist/guitarist Graeme Murray. “Once again the human race is in dire straits. The Koreans are at war, the Middle Eastern Muslim states have banded together to form the United Islamic alliance, the planet is beset with ecological problems, and the world banking system has all but collapsed. Business as usual!”
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