Also some remixes were done, including the B-sides of the singles of Canadian industrial metalband Rise of the Fallen and that of Latvian new-wave band StandART. Another important collab was a co-production with Dutch rapper Omi for a track fo his debut album in 2007. This leads us to the present day. Neo, who took a 3-year break from producing, decided to pick the skill back up around June 2009 which is unfolding into a second release, scheduled for the beginning of 2010- called “A state of Mind EP” : a sonic onslaught of ferocious bass, head cracking drums and complex rhythms. With influences from experimental hiphop, broken beat and dubstep, infraBuse has grown, taking a next step in its evolution towards crafting its own form of futuristic glitch-hop.
With a nod toward the resurgence in the instrumental hiphop beats-movement, as well as the still growing dubstep bass-oriented culture, infraBuse has this time injected a bigger sense of dance sensibility into the music, in an effort to carve its niche with a new school dance floor sound. Neo is planning on putting a full album out around the summer of 2010, featuring tracks from the new EP, as well as guest performances and remixes. Stay in touch at infrabuse.wordpress.com. 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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