Cascade Data :: Edit Volley EP (Buried In Time)

A world of microscopic clicks, industrialized whirs and mechanical rhythms are pushed, pulled and propelled by the dynamics of collective ideas.

Cascade Data 'Edit Volley'Jason Goodrich (aka Technicolor Yawn) and Steve Westbrook (aka Ignatius) assemble the collective duo of Cascade Data. But what’s really in a name? In the case of this rather new outfit, connected disconnects form the basis of what is created on this literal volley of audio edits. A dissipation of electrons, mangled slivers of bark, clipped beatwork and robotic flurries of Autechrean mutations are present on this extended player. Very little in terms of emotional tugging can be found here—a world of microscopic clicks, industrialized whirs and mechanical rhythms are pushed, pulled and propelled by the dynamics of collective ideas. These edits, buried in a time capsule, simmer through a maze of crunched digital to analog flux. Other than the mesmeric serenity of “Archive Space,” Edit Volley transmits an evolved collapse of percussive patterns, metallic shards of rhythm, decomposed bass drops, DSP panoramas and slow moving lava flows of dithered waveforms. Delivered in a more experimental form than most of the imprints electro leanings, these connected disconnects paint an obscure picture of a world filled with exploratory sound-scrapping. Well suited for general-purpose audio listening.

Edit Volley is available on Buried In Time. [Release page]

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