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By minusbaby on May 14, 2011 12:19 am

"The final moult of the naiad is not to the full adult form, but to a winged subimago that physically resembles the adult, but which is usually sexually immature. The subimagos are generally poor fliers, and typically lack the colouration patterns used to attract mates." (via Wikipedia)

On May 19th, 2011—the first night of Blip Festival 2011 and, fittingly, the night of my performance—my first professionally mixed and mastered CD will be released. It is a fancy re-issue as a Digipak wrapped in brand new artwork of my last two 8bitpeoples EPs, "Left" [2009] and "Derecha" [2010], captured as they've morphed over years and months performing them live around the US, England, Portugal, Denmark, Poland, Hungary and most recently, Brazil. The last track, "Subimago", was written a couple of months ago in San Francisco, California.

I'm very excited about the disc and how its post-processing will be received by a scene generally opposed to post-production. With the re-mixing and remastering, this collection is sonically closer to matching the dynamics of my live shows. While it's not drenched like an '80s Paul Simon record, its undeniably a chip music album with seven trillion channels dripping in reverb. The bass has been tightened up and pumped, too. It sounds good. Real good.

And with the right set-up, it'll unload right onto peoples' chests and straight to their bottom ends. It's dirty dance music, afterall.

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