New Release Our New EP “Dystopia” is Here!

Our New EP “Dystopia” is Here!

Our new EP titled “Dystopia” is here! This is a 3 track EP that has been in the works for a couple of months, and we couldn’t be happier to see it out in the world.

Dystopia by Interfuse

We wanted to make this EP different from our previous work – in terms of the sound, structure and execution. However we also wanted to stay true to our roots and keep the instrumental electronic music feel that we have come to be known for. We hope you enjoy it!

Now available on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes and all other major streaming platforms.

After a long wait, we’re very glad to announce that our new EP “Dystopia” is now available for download.

The release contains two tracks, a previously unpublished one (“Recursive Self-Improvement”) and a remix of the title track from our previous EP, “Plasticity”.

Both tracks have been mastered by Pete Maher. The artwork was created by the French artist Antoine Giacomoni and the photography is by Keith Clouston.

You can listen to both tracks below and find the links to the download sites at the end of this article. We hope you’ll enjoy it!

In this post we’d like to share with you some thoughts around the background of this new release, so keep reading if you want to know more about its creation process or if you’re just curious about our creative process in general!

While listening to the first track on our new EP (“Recursive Self-Improvement”), you might think that we’ve taken a big turn into glitch territory but I’m afraid it’s not really true… A week ago we were at Toulouse’s electronic music festival “Le Printemps de Septembre” and saw an

Yesterday we released our new EP “Dystopia”. It’s a collection of four tracks that are somewhat darker than most of the tracks we have done before. On the other hand, it takes us in a slightly different direction from the first album “Stoppard’s Follies” which was more focused on the classical side of electronic music.

The tracks are available for download on our Bandcamp page, or you can listen to them for free on Soundcloud!

We hope you enjoy it and would love to hear your feedback and/or stories about how you came across this EP!

Thanks to all of you who have supported our project so far. We’re excited to finally release our new EP titled “Dystopia”.

You can listen to it for free on Soundcloud, and also here on our website.

We are also working on a few live shows in the near future. We’ll post more details about them soon.

Please feel free to leave comments below, share it with your friends, and let us know what you think!

Dystopia is a 5 track EP that tells the story of the rise and fall of a city. It begins with the building of the city (Dystopia), then explores it’s life and culture (Ceremony), it’s decline and decay (Fall), and then finally it’s destruction (Requiem). Each track is inspired by different types of electronic/dance music from around the world, but we’ve tried to make them all fit together nicely as one continuous piece.

We’re releasing this under a Creative Commons license, so you can download it for free. We hope that people will enjoy listening to it, and we’d love you to share the tunes with your friends. If you want to use a track in a video or something, please drop us a line first though to let us know what you’re up to.

Instrumental electronic music is a great way to make music for picture. It is a very useful skill for composers to be able to create music without a traditional song structure and without vocals. The lack of these elements means that the music can be used in more diverse ways and will allow you to create a piece of music that really works with the picture.

This course shows you how we create an instrumental electronic track from scratch using Ableton Live 10. We explain all the concepts, techniques, and processes that we use as we progress through the track creation process. For example, we explain how to create MIDI parts that work well together and how to use effects such as reverb, delay, and saturation to get your sounds sounding just right.

At the end of this course you will have an understanding of what it takes to compose instrumental electronic music for picture and you will have completed an original instrumental electronic track that would work well in any visual medium.

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