Chord | Post.modern.urban.sound

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Post.modern.urban.sound

by Chord

Fueled by the intricate production of mastermind DJ Chord, the vocal break-beat, trip-hop and jungle rhythms of singers Hadley Poole and Kathon come alive.
Genre: Electronic: Drum 'n Bass/Jungle
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1. One By One
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2. Release Me
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3. Tomorrow's Yesterdays
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4. Outset.mindset
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5. Interlude
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6. On
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7. Spoken Word
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8. This Has Been a Warning
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Chord (a.k.a DJ Chord) is better known as the programmer and keyboardist in the live electronic band Misfilter. With post.modern.urban.sound he seeks to return to his break-beat/jungle roots. Featuring vocals by Chord, Hadley Poole, neo-soul singer Kathon, and rapper Mack Jones, post.modern.urban.sound is an engaging waltz through acid-rock, drum and bass, and club sounds.

Chord's career began in the mid-90's after discovering artists like Andrea Parker, Bjork, William Orbit, Red Snapper, Roni Size, Nelle Hooper and Massive Attack. Having fell in love with electronic music and producer culture in general, Chord decided to start making his own music. Outfitting his computer with some of the latest programs available at the time, Chord began experimenting with sounds.


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Brook Crowley

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