DATA - PROLOGUE EP [HORIZONS]

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  1. neilmonteiro

    neilmonteiro Active Member

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    Data's first EP on Horizons music finished copies have arrived in stores..

    Please check Behance network for some jpegs of the artwork, which is a fantastic new directions for Horizons. For more info on the ep please check our brandnew facebook page. Links below for info and to purchase what is a great product and definately sure to sell out it's first run quickly!

    http://www.behance.net/Gallery/HZN036EP-Data-The-Prologue-EP/301265

    http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/servlet/Info?Track=HZN036EP

    http://www.redeyerecords.co.uk/products/Data+The+Prologue+EP/Data_The_Prologue_EP_13040.html

    http://www.horizonsmusic.co.uk

    http://www.facebook.com/horizons.music.uk
     
  2. deadaelus

    deadaelus Laughter in the Slaughter

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    what an amazing EP.

    Loving the deep sounds of Data!
     
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    Nice one, massive fan of Data.
     
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    Nick-ep RudeFM/In-Reach

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    SICK EP. had this gem about a month now and its just so amazing. Literally every tune is a banger. Cant stop mixing with it.

    Antenna really shows Datas production capabilities. Love the samples he uses on this one. Reminds me of that Leaves tune hes got out on Tempa.
     
  5. ExplodingMan

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    yeah i picked this up yesterday, incredible ep! data can do no wrong.
     
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    I quite like the first 3 tunes but what the fuck is that antenna tune all about, shit imo
     
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    Nick-ep RudeFM/In-Reach

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    Big words. You listened to it all the way through? incredible tune. I love the way it progresses. Second drop is bad, comes out of nowhere!
     
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    na i havn't, its only got the first part of the first drop on the audio. have you got audio for the second drop?
     
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    Nick-ep RudeFM/In-Reach

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    Wait for it on vinyl man. Clips on the net do it no justice.
     
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    Nick-ep RudeFM/In-Reach

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    HZN036EP The Prologue – Data Horizons Music 12″ Vinyl x 2

    Finish copy Promo’s. Horizons Music proudly presents The Prologue EP, a glimpse at a dystopian future, created by Data (N.Burne). Ambience, vibe, groove and experimentation are brought to the fore, whilst each track has it’s own distinct tone and direction. Heavily inspired by works such as William Gibson’s ‘Neuromancer’ and ‘Burning Chrome’, the music contained within aims to create images in the mind. Data’s also created some quotes to help set the scene. Come and take a walk through the Sprawl…
    Vice Welcome to the Sprawl’s Red Light District, where anything can be bought… Lush chords and vocal stabs introduce Vice, whilst a broken and staggered beat provides the rhythm. An sleazy vibe is brought forth from the arrangement, which builds to it’s dramatic drop, with a huge bassline, that folds around the beat perfectly. The 2nd half of the track takes on a more musical approach, with lush synth tones providing a stunning melody to finish the track.
    The Sprawl The dome towered over them, protecting them from the harmful rays that the Ozone layer could no longer shelter them from. Their sun was not one of gold, but of grey… Sinister ambience creeps towards you from the speaker as a heavy stepping beat provides the pace through The Spawl. Distant cries and the buzz of machinery mingle amongst each other, whilst drones buzz overhead. Dramatic effects break the beat apart before the breakdown, where a menacing bass enters the fray. Percussion hits, fragments of breaks and strange fx keep things moving throughout the track, with a distinct change in the second section keeping the listener interested till the end.
    The Enemy Within Pain streaked through his body as the virus began to eat away at his cybernetics. Time was running out. Twisted and abstract, The Enemy Within is driven by it’s disgusting synth line and strange glitch beat. Technical yet restrained, it’s hypnotic patterns draw you into it’s midst, whilst bell like tones provide an ominous atmosphere. Hissing bitcrushed ride cymbals pick up the pace, whilst a distorted midtone provides the response to bass.
    Antenna They fear the visionary experience, for you have to go through a kind of death to experience it… Featuring Cell and clocking in at 140 bpm, Antenna is mostly ambient in it’s approach until the later sections, where a huge thumping and distorted drum line is matched with a massive 808 bass section. Space like pads and synths and matched by strange whirring sounds, whilst distorted tones glitch in and out of it’s audio landscape. Fragments of radio messages can be heard, metaphysical messages that echo out of the speaker into your mind. A totally unique and abstract approach.