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Biotechnology

Biotechnology

  • By Synaptic Flow
  • Release 07/12/2010
  • Music Genre Electronic
  • Media Format CD
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'If androids dream of electric sheep, what would a cognizant computer envision? The look of such images might be debatable, but there's a good chance the soundtrack would resemble the enticing efforts of drum 'n' bass beat-master Brian Foster. Performing under the pseudonym Synaptic Flow, this inventive electronic artist's debut disc showcases 10 effervescent tunes. The dance-oriented numbers collectively relate the story of a sentient AI program, with each cut accentuating energetic effects and invigorating rhythms.' - SciFi Magazine Influenced by new wave and industrial music in his early days of programming, Brain Foster went on to become a convert to the evolving sounds of jungle. In addition to his expertise as a studio programmer, he's performed LIVE PA's for years around the SouthEast United States. In late 2000 / early 2001 his debut CD 'Biotechnology' blew up on College Radio, securing his mark within the U.S. Drum & Bass scene. Since that time, Synaptic Flow has released singles on Waveform Modulations and other labels. He's currently in the Fluidspace Studio putting the finishing touches on a number of full-lengths, singles and DJ mixes.

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Artist: Synaptic Flow
Title: Biotechnology
Genre: Electronic
Release Date: 07/12/2010
Label: CD Baby
Media Format: CD
UPC: 884502927993
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