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genCAB

Exploding from out of nowhere, like an aneurysm in a closed mind, comes genCAB, combining genres and rewiring the sound of EBM for a new generation. Dissatisfied by the direction that modern dark electronic music was going, David Dutton kept “generation CABLE” in the shadows since its inception in 2003.

More a personal exploration than anything else, genCAB draws influence from not only some select EBM, but also IDM, trip hop, and some rhythmic noise. Lyrics tend to mirror frustration mostly, even delving into the subject of writing his own material such as on Expired Inside ...read more

Exploding from out of nowhere, like an aneurysm in a closed mind, comes genCAB, combining genres and rewiring the sound of EBM for a new generation. Dissatisfied by the direction that modern dark electronic music was going, David Dutton kept “generation CABLE” in the shadows since its inception in 2003.

More a personal exploration than anything else, genCAB draws influence from not only some select EBM, but also IDM, trip hop, and some rhythmic noise. Lyrics tend to mirror frustration mostly, even delving into the subject of writing his own material such as on Expired Inside, although the material also has a few good dance songs like High Tech Low Life (in earlier version having the name Me & Malaise) and Self Images, for instance.

Remixes have been produced for Unter Null, Aesthetic Perfection, Autovon, Cyanotic, and Cesium_137. The first full length, “II transMuter”, released in 08/26/2008, is coproduced by Isaac Glendening of Cesium 137.

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II transMUTER
2008

4.2
3 Votes

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