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Perturbator

Perturbator

Perturbator


Perturbator is James Kent, a French electronic musician from Paris. A producer of dark and retrofuturistic music inspired by the 80's often referred to as synthwave or retrowave. Kent has a background as a guitar player in several black metal bands. Since 2012 he has produced electronic music inspired by cyberpunk culture and with inspiration from movies like Akira, Ghost In The Shell and The Running Man. He uses a variety of software synths in his productions, such as the emulators of old vintage synths like the OB-X or the CS-80. Read more on Last.fm
Perturbator is James Kent, a French electronic musician from Paris. A producer of dark and retrofuturistic music inspired by the 80's often referred to as synthwave or retrowave. Kent has a background as a guitar player in several black metal bands. Since 2012 he has produced electronic music inspired by cyberpunk culture and with inspiration from movies like Akira, Ghost In The Shell and The Running Man. He uses a variety of software synths in his productions, such as the emulators of old vintage synths like the OB-X or the CS-80.

Since his debut EP Night Driving Avenger he has released four full-length albums, the latest of which is The Uncanny Valley on the Blood Music label, and has performed several live shows. Several of his tracks were featured in the 2012 game Hotline Miami and its 2015 sequel Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number. Perturbator's EP Sexualizer was released in part to officially release the song "Miami Disco" and as a way to thank the developers of Hotline Miami. The success of the Hotline Miami games resulted in a greater amount of exposure to a mainstream audience. Perturbator released his fourth full-length album The Uncanny Valley on May 6, 2016 through Blood Music on a range of formats including Digibook CD, vinyl, and cassette tape.

The album was met with generally positive reviews, with MetalSucks and Bloody Disgusting both writing in praise of it. Some versions of the album also included a bonus EP, with Kent writing that "The first three songs complement the themes covered within The Uncanny Valley, and the final track—'VERS/US'—is a demo from The Uncanny Valley writing sessions that fits the mood and atmosphere of the album but didn't quite make it into the final cut." Bloody Disgusting gave the album 5/5 and wrote that The Uncanny Valley "is sure to not only please fans of the genre but also win over newcomers." Kent became interested in music in part due to the influence of his parents, who are journalists and rock music critics. His parents were themselves musicians and had a tech trance band when they were young, which influenced Kent to take an interest in synthesizers. Kent also has a side project called L'Enfant De La Forêt http://perturbator.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/perturbator https://www.facebook.com/Perturbator http://www.discogs.com/artist/Perturbator 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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