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“Live For Never” – Consequence (Exit) [ALBUM] January 28, 2010

Posted by rocketsciencemedia in Press Releases.
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TITLE: Live For Never / ARTIST: Consequence / LABEL: Exit / RELEASE DATE: 11th January 2010

As a child growing up in Canada, Cam McLaren’s biggest musical outlet was his Casio keyboard. Even at such a young age he realised that music was always going to be the way he expressed himself.

Fast forward a few years and it wasn’t long before he had discovered drum and bass, and in particular the early sounds of Goldie, LTJ Bukem and Krust. He began to experiment with the art of DJing, and it wasn’t long before he made the natural progression into production. His only plan for creating the album was to have no plan, and to experiment with different techniques to see what he could create. He wanted to make something people would want to listen to at home or on their headphones as they go to work in the mornings, while at the same time being capable of translating to a club environment; music that doesn’t fit the usual mould of drum and bass, yet has its ties and influences from it.

Consequence was introduced to d-Bridge via mutual friends whilst touring New Zealand and after listening to some of his music, d-Bridge knew that he had found an artist with the potential to create an album suited to the labels ethos of writing music from the heart and not necessarily directed at the dancefloor.

d-Bridge had started his Autonomic podcast series alongside Instra:mental with the intention of showcasing and developing artists who were thinking outside of the conventional drum & bass box. Consequence has become a core member of this crew who have gone on to secure an Autonomic residency at the world famous Fabric nightclub and turn many heads from outside the genre such as Laurent Garnier, Skream and Actress to name a few.

Each track is a piece of music in its own right, but the whole album is best listened to as one long piece that flows harmonically from start to finish through different emotions and atmospheres.

http://www.myspace.com/consequencenz

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 simon@rocketsciencemedia.com

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