Inside Art | Dis-Integrated

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Dis-Integrated

by Inside Art

This sophomore release assembles and then disassembles chill and electronic oriented grooves, combined with anthematic inclinations and moody melodies.
Genre: Electronic: Chill out
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1. No Robot
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2. Sailing Alone
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3. Dis-Integrated
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4. Left and Right
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In this sophomore release for Inside Art, the EP, Dis-Integrated, assembles and then disassembles chill and electronic oriented grooves, combined with hints of anathematic and moody melodies. If you’re inclined to something different, this may fill the gap. Dis-Integrated satisfies the most unique musical cravings.

Track 1 – No Robot – Tethered to the tendencies and patterns of robot living. Would that we were completely free. This song is dedicated to all the robots i know and love.

Track 2 – Sailing Alone – Times and places blend and bend in memory, then dissolve in solitude and isolation only to be reacquainted upon return to shore.

Track 3 – Dis-Integrated – Take it apart and put it back together in a different way. Music, art, personality, life; make it better when reassembled. Batteries not included.

Track 4 – Left and Right – Collaboration with percussionist, composer, Rich Malloy. A vibe that’s chill no matter which direction you go.



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