“Emotion driven electronic music” – this is the essence of what Chase Dobson (aka c.dobson or c.db.sn) delivers and this brand new collection of twisted in and out remixes delivered by Tineidae, Architect, Larvae, Sean Byrd, Worms Of The Earth, Displacer, Access To Arasaka, Consolectrl, Anklebiter, and Erode it’s an extraordinary opportunity do dive into this mysteries flavored spaces filled with subtle grooves and smartly arranged layers of sounds and noises.
And what you people like even more then anything else, it’s a (half-way-through) free stuff, “name your price” means you can give even zero and grab it, but you should consider that artists need and deserve all of our support and music it’s not a free background noise or residue for our iPods and mp3 players.
And this is like an escape from a dream kind of journey, flawless and sparkling throughout. A never-ending search for the light at the end of the tunnel of our existence. Broken rhythms, bits and pieces melodies, driven noises and contorted layers of sounds are our trustful guides, while c.db.sn is a pilot, not a driver.
Mastered by Alexander Bjorn Dietz at Chemical Burn Studios, Germany. Artwork by Optimystic Arts. Compiled by Chase Dobson.
Having spent time in several collaborative endeavors, Chase Dobson began working on the material that was to become c.db.sn in late 2006, drawing influence from IDM, post-Industrial, ambient, post rock and minimal techno.
c.db.sn began performing as a soloist late in 2008 with the release “Into the Deep” on Denver, Colorado label Elseproduct.”Into the Deep” is largely a record of ambient textures
and minimal techno informed beats, while maintaining a foot in the realm of IDM glitch.
Since the release of “Into the Deep” c.db.sn has shifted focus. new material incorporates fewer four on the floor rhythms, instead focusing heavily on precise, detailed percussion and sound design, while maintaining a sense of melody, drama and emotion to draw the listener in.
via Tympanik Audio