Micronaut | Ganymede

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Ganymede

by Micronaut

Stuttering breakbeats, deep ragga bass, and a thick layer of distorted synths, winding guitar lines and obscure samples all compete to take the listener on a tour of the heavy side of electronic music.
Genre: Electronic: House
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2. Infinite Space
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3. Psychosis
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4. Pulsar
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5. You Need Mercy
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6. Gravitation Redux
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7. Half Life
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8. Log On
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9. The Prison of Dilemma
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10. Quod Erat Faciendum
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11. Syncronizer Two
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With Ganymede, Micronaut (the alter-ego of Sister Machine Gun front man Chris Randall) takes the experience of the Chicago underground electronic music scene to a new level. Stuttering breakbeats, deep ragga bass, and a thick layer of distorted synths, winding guitar lines and obscure samples all compete to take the listener on a tour of the heavy side of electronic music. Each song on the album is an independent stylistic snapshot, be it d&b, Jungle, Techno or Deep House.


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