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X: THC

X: THC

X: THC


X:THC is an indie/electronic/alternative group formed in New York City. “X: The Human Condition is an emotionally cataclysmic event that will resonate in your subconscious for weeks. In a world where live action accompanied by video stimulus is the new trend…Michael Nova’s avant-garde production remains unparalleled.” -UnratedNYC Magazine “An amazing album… may build on many of the stepping stones of the past, but is definitely an album and concept that treads towards the future Read more on Last.fm
X:THC is an indie/electronic/alternative group formed in New York City. “X: The Human Condition is an emotionally cataclysmic event that will resonate in your subconscious for weeks. In a world where live action accompanied by video stimulus is the new trend…Michael Nova’s avant-garde production remains unparalleled.” -UnratedNYC Magazine “An amazing album… may build on many of the stepping stones of the past, but is definitely an album and concept that treads towards the future, and new possibilities in ways that many artists have not even started to consider…The song emotes various, contradicting, emotions…And it is rare for a song to have such an effect on a listener, but it is even rarer when a band can produce an album of songs that have such an effect....” -Slowdivemusic blog “A groundbreaking work...Powerful inspiring and uplifting live experience incorporating hypnosis and NLP in a way that has never been done before..." -Doug O'Brien, Hypnotherapist/ Master Practitioner NLP, Master Trainer with Anthony Robbins, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Members of X: THC have created award-winning mixes for both film and television, mixing promos for HBO’s The Sopranos and hundreds of spots for Syfy, HBO, USA, and Spike, as well as long-form programming for Travel Channel, HGTV, Food Network and Discovery. Featured in upcoming documentary film, "Origins, The Miracle of X: THC", the group released their debut innovative multimedia music and film project, X: The Human Condition in 2010 with a D.I.Y. (“Do It Yourself”) aesthetic that persevered after over a decade of seemingly insurmountable challenges and widespread industry belief that the film could not be completed on an indie budget. Walking a tightrope between electronic pop music and avant-garde performance art, X: THC performed live with the 40-minute narrative film projected behind the band. The music and stellar acting performances supplied the film’s stirring story line rather than dialogue. More than just eye candy, the film struck an emotional chord with audiences.

Its imaginative and fantastical settings showcased the inspiring, allegorical story of two individuals searching for human connection in their increasingly cold, technologically driven lives. Synthesizing music, film, and an unforgettable live experience, X: THC evolved and redefined how a live show is presented and experienced within the model of the music industry. A tribute to the strength of the human spirit in and of itself, X: The Human Condition has made a real difference by donating all profits to charity and inspiring people all over the world to overcome obstacles in life. To date, the “little indie project that could” has received rave reviews globally, from as far as Australia, Greece, Portugal, Turkey, Italy, Argentina, Germany, Columbia, The Virgin Islands, Mexico, Poland, Brazil, Albania, Russia, Hungary, Latvia, The UK, Peru, and Japan. This story continues in 2015 when Hypnotical Entertainment will release X: THC’s sophomore album, Fall Down Seven Times, Rise Up Eight. More of a collaborative "next-level" production, the new album pays homage to New Wave, Blue-Eyed Soul, Post-Punk and Electronica while adding a unique hypnotic flavor.

The new release will be preceded by a special online release of X: The Human Condition in a series of ten music video webisode chapters... 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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