This is my first album and has been released in early 2007 after 1 year of hard work.
But now, I hope you can feel exactly the same way I was feeling making this album:
Sometimes, can’t just stop from moving!
I don’t know if you can understand my music,
But if you can’t, forget about it!
Turn the volume up (but not too loud, be careful), and just dance!
Buy single tracks on iTunes.
:::Comments taken from Soundclick.com:::
"I played your songs, and my humanoid slave-bot activated of it's own accord and shoved my keyboard directly into it's scuzzi drive. I puked, then I danced all night."
"Why does 'Loosing Control' remind of the Revolting Cocks. Real nice songs you have here. Very different, yet catchy. Keep it up!"
"Robots having Sex
that's what this song reminds me of . . .it starts out like typical dancetrack drivel, but then it quickly evolves to some masterful discordant electric chords with this machine like throbbing beat. Can't you just picture the robot pornography? Strange steely shapes coming together as silhouettes while a strobe light flickers -- mechanically they move together, linking, joining -- sparks fly, and pistons and shafts thrum and shift with an audible clacking as the oil drips down hot metal. wow! i really enjoyed your song . . . props for originality and those bizarre chords that somehow are sterile and electronic and yet extremely funky at the same time. excelsior!"
Davis Park, New York
About "Live in Paris"
Love at first listen!
Funky house beat with sexy vox samps,
Has a sort of nice funky clubby vibe to it, like the keys sound yes a definate grower could hear this played out well done.
Ahh the French.
You had me at the opening vocal sample! Good use of a sample catchphrase the groove and hook keep the track familiar and the more open sections of the track keep it interesting. The percussion and applied effects are very well applied and overall the mix is well balanced. I liked the subtle arpegio in the background. The track ends unexpectedly and at 3:57 the length is perfect for this track. Lets hear some more like this.
Slick Intro ... nice, easy rythmn, dreamy voices with a hint of funk thrown in. I like it.
A vocal track might work nicely here.