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Redzone

Redzone

Redzone


There are a few Redzone's here; a defunct one from Australia and quite a lot of hip-hop artists who all seem to use the same name. This information is about Redzone from London, UK. Redzone have been creating an entire integrated sensory experience using audio and video since 1997. They have been compared to collide, bjork and recoil among others. The music has been called ‘far away from cliché’ (sideline music magazine) and ‘great music and almost heavenly voices’ (peter-jean van damme, dj). Read more on Last.fm
There are a few Redzone's here; a defunct one from Australia and quite a lot of hip-hop artists who all seem to use the same name. This information is about Redzone from London, UK. Redzone have been creating an entire integrated sensory experience using audio and video since 1997. They have been compared to collide, bjork and recoil among others.

The music has been called ‘far away from cliché’ (sideline music magazine) and ‘great music and almost heavenly voices’ (peter-jean van damme, dj). After recording demos in 1997, they released two MP3 web singles in 1998, 'Torrid/Crime of Passion' and 'Layer6/Body Craves'. Their debut CD 'Modified' came out in 1999 on their 'Phasechange Recordings' label, and was followed by '[Digital Flesh]' in 2005, containing an interactive, multi-threaded CD-ROM video. Redzone also play extensively in Second Life, utilising bespoke MIDI-SL synchronisation technology. They were credited by Wired and Reuters as being the first band to tour in Second Life in February 2007. The third Redzone studio album, 'Abstract Revolution' was released on June 20th, 2008, and a track was played on BBC Radio 4 on March 15th, 2009. The 'White Sun' DVD was released on December 12th, 2008. A single, ‘Film Noir’ was released on May 27th, 2010, and the 'White Sun' DVD soundtrack album on November 20th, 2010. The first in a series of 4 download-only EP's, 'Ultrastructure volume I' was released on May 1st, 2011 at the Mayday Mayhem Festival in Second Life.

The event was curated by Redzone. The second in the series, 'Ultrastructure volume II' was released on October 31st 2011, and volume III is due for release in mid-2013. Redzone have, since 2011, been utilising improvisation frequently in live shows and have released a series of albums based upon this practice. They include 'Gathering of The Tribes' and 'Venus Smiles', and a series of three performances recorded at their 'Atropine' venue in Second Life, collectively known as 'The Atropine Tapes'. The first of these, 'Eject and Survive' was released in October 2011, the second, 'The Breeding Station' in Novemeber 2012, and the third, 'Einfangen' is due for release on May 4th 2013.

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