“life goes up and down and often there is not much headspace for production, this took a long, long way of nearly 4 years…
after almost giving up music production i´m back since a few weeks and the juices started to flow again, i collected some old tracks and polished them a little and made a bunch of new ones.
it´s a personal journey through the years and the musical styles that shaped me and with which i started music production back then.
mostly it´s bass music in various tempoes and i got a little off track from all the dubtechno stuff i was making and came back to the stuff i started with ages ago.
so….IT´S DONE and i like it a lot…
feel free to download and
connect if you like over there…”
“With ODrex Trip 013 we are delighted to bring you Asphalt Layer‘s Stasis Field remastered originals & 2018 revisits! With the original versions from 3 years ago totally remastered and a 2018 remix to every track! It has been in the works for a while and has been made with heart and passion. The Album is very diverse in it’s sounds going from deep drony ambient, dub techno, electronica, drum & bass, techno … let yourself float in the Stasis Field through the galaxy.
ps: the vinyl lathe cuts are available under Stasis Field (lathe cut edition _ 1st cut) as ODcut 004, this is the full album as digital donation & double cds”
“Ludvig Cimbrelius joins the label as Xpire. An alias that he used to make Techno and Jungle under. Atmospheric Techno and a little bit of Jungle is on display showing off an early evolution into the sounds he’s making today. Ending with a fantastic Ambient piece, this shows how well he’s been all along at making music.”
“The track Hidden in Shadow is already released on the 4th Deep Diversity compilation and is written and produced by Aural Imbalance.
Now his track has been remixed into different kinds by 3 producers that are creating different genres. Diversity for one track.”
“The album aesthetically is a culmination of events. Moving to a new city, being homeless for a whole summer, being a councilor at an outdoor school, and more. Though they seem insignificant when listening to the album, they do serve as ulterior motives for these songs, sometimes being the main topic like on ANTliens (a reference to both his city and the OutKast album ATLiens) and Put the Ramen in Sacramento, both ambient interludes that segway the main tracks from one to another while keeping the dark mood.”