Sound of Science is a transatlantic duo comprising Tom Carpenter and Jason Huffman.
Tom is the man behind Analogue Solutions and has been building synthesisers for over 15 years. He has supplied synths to people such as Trent Reznor, Martin Gore, Vince Clarke, Phil Oakey, Daniel Miller, and many more. The designs are directly influenced by his love of electronic music.
Jason is an analogue synth wizard, composer and a lover of all things that make noise. He also produces the legendary Rezfilter videos (see YouTube) that highlight these excellent synthesisers. Together they have pooled their years of combined experience of songwriting and sound design to produce real songs using real synthesisers.
The Last Martian vocals via Oliver Chesler of The Horrorist:
Oliver Chesler (born January 20, 1970), better known by his stage name The Horrorist, is an electronic music artist from New York. He is the owner of the Things to Come Records. He has live performances all around the world but a hotspot is Germany. Many remember him as the punk styled kid in D.A. Pennebaker's concert film "101", featuring Depeche Mode. British music critic Simon Reynolds once proclaimed, "My favorite contemporary American singer-songwriter is Oliver Chesler, a/k/a The Horrorist.
Remix artists featured on The Last Martian EP:
Vile Electrodes initially formed through a mutual affection for early synthpop, delta blues, rock n roll and miserable indie bands, but their sound has probably been equally influenced by fetish porn, crap dead-end jobs and an unhealthy obsession with analogue synthesizers.
They began as a duo, have picked up and lost various people along the way and now exist as a 2/3/4 piece (in terms of human content) according to the time of day, the direction of the wind and the position of the stars.
They are currently working together on several exciting new songs and projects that will appear in the not-too-distant future, including additional collaboration with Sound of Science.
Chad Glenn (The Coil):
Chad is a producer / sound designer/ composer at The Coil (www.thecoil.net). He develops software and sound libraries across a wide variety of medias, utilizing experimental instrumentation and devices both vintage and hi-tech. Learn more at http://www.thecoil.net.
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