In spring of 2017, Texas-raised/Seattle-based producer Jeff McIlwain aka Lusine released Sensorimotor, his fourth full-length with Ghostly International. A pulsing, visceral listen comprised of widescreen synths, processed vocals, and organic instrumentation, the album explores the intersection between the brain’s perceptions and the body’s actions. Sensorimotor Remixes presents two distinctly new and contrasting modes to consider. “Chatter,” discreet in its original form, receives a resplendent house edit from esteemed UK producer Dauwd. “Tropopause,” already atmospheric by nature and namesake, is diffused to an overcast drone by Loscil, a trademark treatment from the Vancouver-based ambient-dub veteran.
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I'm amazed at this artist's ability to distill ingredients which sound essentially to my ears like 80's goth pop (minus vocals) into the most uplifting -- nigh religious experience inducing -- music ever. I discovered Tycho a few years ago via YouTube; the recording was a dawn DJ set at Burning Man. Now, Burning Man and dawn are both things I prefer to avoid, but I'll bet that was a pretty awesome experience nonetheless, and I'll admit to wishing I'd been there. Madeline v. F.
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Stellar compilation of everything progressive and electronic from the UK, which is to say - a plethora of gorgeous delights running from placid ambient to drill n' bass. Get this and Touched 2 and basically, you have weeks of joy. Listening to this compilation in 2019 has given me so much delight. :) Egg Wizard