How can you continue to see the world as real, if the the self that is determining it to be real, is intangible.
504 Productions presents the full length CD release from Tears of Technology. The release contains Electro Miami Bass / Breakbeats with fresh Trance sounding leads. The Tears is influenced by the Miami Bass and Old School Electro dance scenes. Hard 808's pound to the rhythm while melodic grooves pulsate through your mind.
Tears of Technology is an independent solo electronic artist. He is from New Orleans, La., a city that care forgot long ago, . With an understanding of experience and creation, Tears of Technology pours his heart and soul in to his music.
Hailing from the 80's, this artist's music has profound messages. With titles like 'Open Your Eyes' to 'Unity', you begin to understand the depth of his concern for the world we live in.
This is not just music. It is a message about the world we live in....peace, love and unity is felt in the vibes of this album. The insert in the CD contains several essays written by Tears of Technology himself about The Soul, Life, and Spirituality...
This CD also contains the Hurricane Katrina speech by Mayor Ray Nagin days after the storm devastated the New Orleans area. The song Make Me Cry is a tribute to not only the rebuilding effort in the city, but also what we as Americans should want and desire for it's own people.
...This Is More Than Just Another Music CD...
Tears of Technology is not only unique because of his sound, but also because of his messages. As in his words, he does not write music for impressing, but expressing.
This is music for open minded people. People who are in touch with their spiritual side. People who who listen for the heart inside music.
You can find the 504 Mix by Tears of Technology on the Jive Electro release of 'Attitude' by Hardknox. He has also appeared on many compilations with other tracks such as XES 2.0, and Cloud City.
Tears of Technology has also produced hip hop tracks with the local hip hop artists Doctor Deuce, Ike Dogg & Nick Toca, and local billboard producer David 'DFunk' Faulk of Hot Box Studio.