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I was immensely proud of this one at the time and I still like it. I went after the huge buildup/bustout/climax idea and captured it better than I had before. I managed to make a perfectly good climax then make a climax larger than that soon after. The huge build then drastic cut-off in the middle of the song was inspired by a song by BT called "Firewater" off of his album ESCM. The song gets incredibly intense and then drastically cuts into a very quiet, really nice, almost lullaby-like arrangement of the previous section. I dug the Contrast between the two parts. I remember a friend of Travis' and mine playing it in his car and actually saying it was a tight track (he seemed pretty honest too!). That felt good. And then he played Zombie Nation as he drove off. Oohhwoahwoah-Oooh-Oh!


from Outmoded - Vintage SGX, released May 5, 2004


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SGX Baltimore, Maryland

Making sweet ass beats with smart melodies and tasty textures since 2001, SGX rocks your face and soothes your soul at the same time.

Undulating gracefully between and amongst EDM texture extremes, SGX skillfully navigates the listener on a trip spanning heavy, aggressive, modern "bass music" EDM sounds and other genre staples like hiphop grooves, ambient soundscapes, and orchestral melodies.
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