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“?/The Hologram” – Mark Pritchard (Ho Hum Records) [SINGLE] February 23, 2009

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TITLE: ?/The Hologram / ARTIST: Mark Pritchard / LABEL: Ho Hum Records / RELEASE DATE: March 2009 / CAT NO: HOHUM003CD

1. ?
2. The Hologram

Since the last century Mark Pritchard has consistently released music of the highest quality in whatever form the he has felt fit.

From the ambience of Global Communications to the techno of Link, the drum & bass of Vertigo, the hip hop exotica of Harmonic 33, to the funk of Troubleman, and the more up to date Detroit techno/hop/step of Harmonic 313. Whilst the styles may vary, the quality is unwavering.

Mark is releasing on Ho Hum Records without disguise, giving him the freedom to musically move about on the label – and his first release has him in reflective mood.

Currently used as the intro to the DMZ nights, ‘?’ is one of the deepest electronica pieces of music of modern times. Mala from DMZ was quick to cut ‘?’ to dub-plate and has been playing it out ever since.

The Hologram’ has more of the trademark mid-tempo feel which made Mark’s production assets such a commodity in the late-90s, although never quite has his mid-tempo reached the terrifying strength and darkness of this instant classic.

If you would like some more information or you want to preview or review this release and would like to receive a promo copy, please contact lou@rocketsciencemedia.com or glenn@rocketsciencemedia.com

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