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Ends of the Earth

by Genre Peak

Genre Peak blends modern rock and electro-beats in a unqiue soundscape of pure originality
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Bring Me the World
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2. Always Empty
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3. Pleasure to Burn
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4. Point of no Return
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5. Ends of the Earth
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6. Skin
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7. Night Falls on Chance
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8. MicroSphere 13
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9. MicroSphere 3
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10. MicroSphere 8
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11. Pleasure to Burn (ARP mix)
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Having written, recorded and performed with bands Casualty Park , Sandbox Trio , NUS and many other artists, producing several albums for record labels Sub Rosa, Cyberdelia-Records and Frank-Mark-Arts with tours of Europe, North America as well as commissioned scores for The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre,The Oxygen Cable Network and Iron Mountain Productions, Martin Birke, Daniel Panasenko and Stephen Sullivan now continue the avant electro-pop and improv trio Genre Peak.

Using the Chapman Stick, guitar-synth and electronic percussion with found samples, Martin, Daniel and Stephen bring avant electro-pop / rock to a new level of originality and energy. Genre Peak weave intense electro-beats with found samples, intrinsic basslines ,guitar-synth textures and distressed vocals.
Making modern pop music dark, new, unpredictable and expansive.


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earBuzz.com

Genre Peak takes a singer/songwriter bent on their electronica experience.
Genre Peak has released their 11-track CD. The opening track, "Bring Me The World", pushes the euro-pop dance genre into post-production glory as the band utilizes panning circling effects. Lyrics syncopate over the music, 'and it's all in the place of a lifetime's disgrace that was once forseen, in the time i have left you can bet as you rest you will melt into me". The title track, "Ends of the Earth", is a relatively naked piece of songwriting although rich in body and mood. Genre Peak takes a singer/songwriter bent on their electronica experience. The marriage is cool. The band focuses on instrumentation and electronica in all tracks whether vocal melodies are painted on or not. The final tracks are all entitled different numbered, "microsphere"s. These are instrumental chaotic pieces that should be active fodder for DJ's. The consistent beats of each are surrounded by, at least in Microsphere 8, nightmarish tribal moods and dark penetrating choices. Rave away - cool stuff.

Shelby Januzowski

Dark , lush and brilliant
Genre Peak simply impress me. Their songs are both electro and lush with layered guitar-synths and introspectiveness. Do yourself a favour and buy this CD !

Valerie McCleod

Ultra-modern tracks!
These guys are breaking out into the next phase of modern rock, they fearlessly bring on dance-like rock songs with cool hooks, dark melodies and melancholic vocals. They are also unafriad to venture into abstract soundscapes i.e. the Microsphere trilogy. A must for fans of Depeche,Eno,and mid 90's industrial fans.