Created from the very Brain that is in a Vat, Brain In A Vat brings you his debut album. An ethereal journey through his disturbed mind the Brain hopes to aid you on a journey into your own mind. Manifesting from the very computer in which the Brain is connected, the Brain hopes to hold your hand on a soundtrack through his own virtual reality in which, if you choose, you can substitute your very own reality.
The Brain suggests that you listen to his music with imagination, on headphones and in a darkened room with your eyes shut, in essence, your very own vat.
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'Schrödinger’s Cat is a mysterious, futuristic romp into another world or dimension by way of electronica. The fifteen tracks represent a varied array of beats, instrumental arrangements, and sounds that are not boring or repetitive. The music is upbeat, energetic, and dance-inspired. The lack of vocals, for the most part, does not take away from the impact of the musical arrangements. All of the songs are top-notch and listener-friendly. Fans of dance-electronica, space music, and ambient beats will love Brain In A Vat. You will ‘beat’ yourself up if you don’t get it!'
Review by Matthew Forss
Rating: 5 Stars (out of 5)
'Brain in a Vat’s debut release, Schrödinger’s Cat is an interesting album that is able to incorporate some very eclectic components, creating an overall heighted effect for listeners new to the whole Electronica and Ambient Techno genre. Brain in a Vat shows in his debut album that a healthy mixing of electronic and acoustics can sometimes produce something quite startling.'
Review by: My Nguyen
Rating: 3.5Stars (out of 5)