Denver--Nobot Media is proud to present the debut long player by CacheFlowe, Automate Everything. An eclectic electronic piece, the album guides you through vaguely familiar electronic sounds and breakbeats while incorporating contemporary urban influences such as hip hop, glitch hop, breakbeat techno, idm, drum and bass, dancehall, funk and even rock and roll with a remix of CacheFlowe's father's band from 1977. With 10 years of electronic music production under his belt, CacheFlowe shows his diversity with the use of vocals, guitar, bass, synthesizers and other instruments all combined with synthetic sounds in an electronic environment. The result is a seamless, stuttery groove that can be found on the dancefloor or the home stereo system. We hope you enjoy Automate Everything as much as we enjoyed releasing it.
After years of playing piano, guitar and bass, CacheFlowe realized that making music was to be a solo venture. He discovered early 90's hardcore breakbeat techno and began producing electronic music at the age of 15. Quickly leaning towards drum and bass, most of his musical efforts were put into that aggressive sound while experimenting with many other genres. Having strayed from traditional dance music, CacheFlowe has turned to freeform electronic music based around complex breakbeats, analog synthesis and various sampling techniques.