With their latest work, Zap The Planet, the Freaks find themselves splitting coasts in Montreal and Victoria, distanced by geography and time, connecting via serial transmission tethered to a lone ethernet terminal. Extenuating logistics can unexpectedly prompt innovation. Their home studios continuously relocated, advanced and diversified. New instruments started to appear and new trajectories were explored. The studio process became more dynamic, involving many overdubs, avant-garde recording techniques, experimental sound design and orchestrations that utilized legendary effects, drum machines and synths. Tireless curiosity fueled the duo as they merged their original sound with new discoveries and seemingly disparate influences.
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I serendipity chanced upon this finepiece of work. the experience for me was akin to hearing a new track and loving it, but for all five tracks. Will definitely buy the new album when my 'allowance' goes in my account next week. amirsolaymani
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This is an amazing album, i have listened to it many many times and it never gets old. Its so full of rhythm, energy and contrast that gets me hyped every time I play it. I also love the cover art, reminds me of a painting by Francis Bacon. Faust