Corey Baker aka Kill Paris has been scorching the internet blogosphere since last summer. Receiving support from A-Trak, Dillon Francis, Flux Pavilion, Skrillex, GRiZ and Gramatik. Kill Paris’s focus has been on giving his music away for free and make it easier for people to share with others. He just released a new EP “To a New Earth” on Feb 28th with remixes by Gramatik, Candyland, Robert Delong, and K Theory.
Being an Ableton Certified Trainer, his software of choice is Ableton Live. Live shows consist of 90 percent originals and remixes. Corey is currently sharing the stage all over the US with the likes of Pretty Lights, Zion I, Mimosa, AraabMuzik, Whiskey Pete, Figure, Mac Miller, Infected Mushroom, & Nicky Romero to name a few.
“We’ve got a fresh new banger from the heart of the heartland. Timmy Tutone and GoodGawd, collectively known as Evil Bastards, are giving away “Adrenaline,” a powerful banger with some very interesting elements. The young duo out of KC is known for their electro-infused dubstep and throwback R&B samples–this track has plenty of that, no disappointment to their fans there. But interestingly enough, there’s a little glitch magic thrown in the mix. The drop features an especially unsettling blast fitting for a couple of Evil Bastards. Having played Global Dance Festival, Wakarusa, and Kanrocksas, in addition to releasing tracks on hot labels like Prime Dub and Smashed Beatz, we’re feeling the Bastards, and it seems like we’re on the verge of a deluge of cuts. Guess they’re not so evil after all.”
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“Like a rush of Adrenaline pumping through your veins, Evil Bastards aptly titled “Adrenaline” thats an incredibly wide and seemingly incompatible sounds and transforms them into a phenomenally coherent tapestry of absolute musical bliss. Powerfully timed vocal sampling is paired with gritty, scratchy synth design and an ongoing melodic progression that lends a crucial and consistent framework to the otherwise seemingly-chaotic barrage of sound. Take the plunge and get pumped up with Evil Bastards new bio-chemical banger!”
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Benn Lee Jordan (born October 28, 1978) is an American modern jazz and IDM musician operating under many pseudonyms. Since 1999 his most widely distributed and eclectic music has been released under the name of The Flashbulb. Other popular names Benn has released as are Acidwolf, Human Action Network, and FlexE.
Jordan was born in Georgia in 1978 and moved to Chicago to live with his grandparents at a young age. Influenced by the local jazz scene, Jordan was an accomplished self-taught guitarist as a child. Due to being left-handed and not having lessons, he learned to play a right-handed guitar upside down, which he continues to do. He began his music career releasing instrumental music on small labels in the United States and Europe in 1996 under various aliases, most notably The Flashbulb, and years later he began to work as a freelance composer for various television and film agencies. In 2006, The Flashbulb toured and worked with The Dillinger Escape Plan which helped diversify his listeners. Benn is still an active jazz guitar player and drummer at Chicago venues.
As The Flashbulb, Jordan typically releases electronic or cinematic styled music. His style differs strongly between albums, but they all have a cohesive bond tied around fast drum programming, jazz-influenced melodies, and a wide array of live instrumentation from various instruments Jordan has acquired. He also often records his melodies through MIDI-synced guitars. His guitar style and skill has gained attention because he typically plays it strung backwards, and makes heavy use of fast sweeping and tapping. More recent Flashbulb albums have featured violinist Greg Hirte, who is featured heavily on The Flashbulb’s 2008 album, Soundtrack to a Vacant Life, as well. Soundtrack to a Vacant Life is, as Jordan stated in a 2008 interview, a step away from the breakcore genre. He also said that this step is likely to be a permanent trend in the direction of his music, which has been noted in more recent releases under his own name, such as Pale Blue Dot (album) and Louisiana Mourning.
Under other aliases, Benn Jordan’s work varies quite a bit. His Acidwolf and Human Action Network aliases feature retro acid music that uses old drum machines such as the TR-808 and relies heavily on the melodies of the TB-303. Tracks made under the FlexE alias tend to be laid-back and classic acid. According to him, he showcases his more fundamental, classical, and personal pieces under his own name, Benn Jordan.
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