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Animalrights

Animalrights

Animalrights


The AnimalRights story begins in 2004, where -under the name "Pitifulanonymous" (taken from a line in a Marilyn Manson song), I worked on two releases, "Paint Your Sky Black" and "Omega". PYSB was a concept EP weaving a mostly nonsensical tale that touched on topics like disconnection from friends and family, experiencing new places and things, and the abuse of technology for one's personal gain. Omega was my first official album, and was more or less traditional dance music which was repetitive as fuck, and about as amateur as you could get. Read more on Last.fm
The AnimalRights story begins in 2004, where -under the name "Pitifulanonymous" (taken from a line in a Marilyn Manson song), I worked on two releases, "Paint Your Sky Black" and "Omega". PYSB was a concept EP weaving a mostly nonsensical tale that touched on topics like disconnection from friends and family, experiencing new places and things, and the abuse of technology for one's personal gain. Omega was my first official album, and was more or less traditional dance music which was repetitive as fuck, and about as amateur as you could get. Both works are -to this day, unreleased in their original form, and some of the tracks recorded during that period were lost. After working on more music, I changed my alias to "AnimalRights" (in homage to a rather unliked Moby album at the time). After the name change, I began wedging myself in a kinda-niche variation of Electronica which combined elements of ambient, trip-hop, IDM and techno. My first offical effort as Animalrights was the 'Ninjaesque EP', which was released in 2005 and featured what I still consider some of my best work.

The 'Deadcode EP' was released soon after and took a more experimental direction with my sound. Both are currently free to download and distribute. After Deadcode was released, I then began work on a number of compilations of my old tracks, which eventually became "Recycle Bin". In 2007, I was signed to the independent record label "Richmil Records", co-run by a good friend of mine in the UK. During which time, I recorded the "Koi EP", and a new album and companion EP ("Dystopia" and "Miniluv EP", respectively). time passed, I did nothing to assist on the RIchmil deal, so I safely assumed by that time, it fell through. After a while, I started work on my last official album, "Movements".

One of the tracks was used in an open video project by Mattias Freitsch, a filmmaker, famous for the "Technoviking" footage. the result was met with mixed results. the last thing I worked on was an unfinished album stated for a 2009 release entitled "Music for a Bond Villain (or an elevator)". Only three tracks were completed. After that I hung up the headphones and looked into a career in various other mediums.

Nowadays, anything I have to do with AnimalRights is merely promotion and using the music in YouTube videos. I am currently enrolled in a film school in Sydney for a 2 year Advanced Diploma course. Animalrights on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/AnimalRights/18660756230?ref=ts Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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