TRIZ | Looming Illness Instrumentals

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Looming Illness Instrumentals


Dynamic and hard grooving hip-hop/future-bass/turtablist electronica featuring elements of crunk glitch-hop, dubstep, chillout, drum & bass and trance inducing deep house, with meticulous distillation and undeniable swagger.
Genre: Electronic: Glitch
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1. Gets ta' Steppin' (Instrumental) TRIZ
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3:52 album only
2. Cree's Joint (Instrumental) TRIZ
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3:47 album only
3. Mean Muggin' (Instrumental) TRIZ
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3:33 album only
4. Whilst Betwixted (Instrumental) TRIZ
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3:40 album only
5. Lounge 1335 (Instrumental) TRIZ
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5:45 album only
6. Looming Illness (Instrumental) TRIZ
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3:12 album only
7. No Jive (Instrumental) TRIZ
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4:28 album only
8. All the While (Instrumental) TRIZ
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Album Notes
The stream of music flowing from my Athens, GA home stems from a multitude of sources. I find my roots as a disc jockey in 90's era hip-hop. Groups such as De La Soul, A Tribe Called Quest, DAS EFX and The Pharcyde played an important role in my early development as a "child of the beat". During my college years my interests began to broaden as I was exposed to the rave culture happening in Denver, Colorado at the time. Paralleling those years I studied music at Colorado State University, focusing on performance. In 2003 I relocated to Athens, GA and began building a studio in which to begin a musical empire of my own. Heavily influenced by such DJ/Producers as DJ Premier, RJD2, The X-ecutioners, DJ Shadow, Bonobo and DJ Krush, just to name a few, I strive to be a force to be reckoned with on-stage and in the studio.
During live shows I prefer to go "laptopless", which in this day and age seems to be an antique approach. Crowds respond to seeing the vinyl move when they hear a scratch and like to know what you're doing up there. I believe the flood of technology lately has led to an influx of "PCJ's", many of whom have no business on a professional stage. Audience members have told me that artists lose a bit of mystique when accompanied by a laptop and I tend to agree. My techniques include scratching, vocal sampling and on-the-fly triggering, KAOSS pad work and even grabbing the mike and belting out tunes myself. I believe the true art of performance is very rare in the modern-age DJ/PCJ scene and I strive every day not only to bring back respect to the DJ but to show people how it's done as well. I enjoy leaving the stage exhausted and soaked with sweat and I know the audience appreciates every bit of work I do while entertaining them.
My goal in being a true DJ/Producer is to not only create but to be a vessel and a purveyor of great music that people would never hear had I not brought it to them. I love seeing people dance, smile and enjoy life in it's most pure state which is why I do what I do. Enjoy the music, it's for you!



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