Neurogami makes dance noise.
Neurogami merges harsh-desert ambient with electric mutant disco.
An avant-garage project of James Britt, Neurogami explores the intersection of rhythm and noise.
Back in late '70s New York City, James Britt formed a band in the percolating swirl of the downtown (post-) punk scene.
That band, Chinese Forehead, merged rock-steady beats and infectious hooks with a siren of dissonance.
Their posters, blasted across the walls of Lower Manhattan, proclaimed their sound (in the phrase they created) as "dance noise."
Fast-forward to a new century and the dance continues.
Founded in 2001, Neurogami bridges the gap between art and technology, producing both software and audio/visual creations.
Maximum R&D is Neurogami's debut album.
With influences ranging from Steve Reich to Jah Wobble, Krautrock to Congotronics, the album gives you a serious dose of 4/4 entropy.
Crafted in Arizona's Sonoran Desert, informed by New York's downtown cacophony, each track on Maximum R&D spins and sparks with the collision of post-rock minimalism and modern-dance energy.
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