DARK TIMES VIDEO
Artist _ ORGANIKISMNESS
Album _ THE SKYSCRAPER DELUSION LP
Label _ ORGANIK _ AUDIO
Cat # _ ORGAUDLP01
RELEASE DATE _ April 13th 2012
The wait is over... The Don of New Zealand’s Underground bass music movement Organikismness returns in 2012 with another ground breaking album. Packed with variation and experimentation, the evolving textures and other worldly soundscapes shape the deep, dark vibes he has become so renowned for. This combined with intricate drums and raw bass, it sets the scene for the sublime vocals of Miss Saelyn Guyton and Jono Leask (Jb Naste) to bring forth raw emotion and soul drenching depth.
The LP will be released on Organikismness’s own freshly launched imprint Organik _ Audio in a verity of different formats, CD, Digital and also a limited edition deluxe format that hasn’t ever be done before. You’ll have to wait and see what this exciting new format is but it will feature extra tunes exclusive to the deluxe edition, a remix pack, photos, videos, samples and stacks of other goodies.
The Skyscraper Delusion Sampler is out now and features 2 minimal but heavy tracks “The Heist “and” Dark Times“, these 2 tracks are great examples of the production standard and vibe of the LP. Both tracks have been receiving massive DJ support from some off the scenes biggest names. The LP sampler is available through Beatport, iTunes, Addictech and over 100 other online retailers.
“ Organikismness is one of New Zealand’s most prolific and diverse musicians to date “ _ Knowledge magazine
“ What Ever Bretherton and his colleagues are on I want some “ _ Sunday Star Times
Release Date 2012-05-23
Catalog # OOOOOOO1
Optimus Gryme & Gull formed the small boutique label CIRCLES, purely to release Drum & Bass and Future Jungle made by themselves and their friends. Realising the restrictions that making music for other labels imposes on the creative process, they wanted the freedom to write music for music's sake, without having to adhere to current trends. The first release on CIRCLES features two innovative tunes from Optimus Gryme (feat. Gull) and Organikismness, and showcases their interpretation of the sound they call 'JungleTech'.