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Machine Therapy marks the first album from Alan Fitzpatrick in a decade, with standout debut collaborations including High Contrast and UK vocalist Kele. The name derives from the time Alan has spent in his home studio, with the hardware he has collected over the years, the machines offering a sort of therapy during the pandemic. The album sees Alan pull his wide-ranging sounds together into one, coherent project, combining techno, house, breaks and ambient. Drawing on the early days of rave for inspiration, along with the machinery, Alan has fused sci-fi sonics with emotional songs and dystopian samples, which alongside the artwork, transport the listener to his cinematic musical world.
Machine Therapy marks the first album from Alan Fitzpatrick in a decade, with standout debut collaborations including High Contrast and UK vocalist Kele. The name derives from the time Alan has spent in his home studio, with the hardware he has collected over the years, the machines offering a sort of therapy during the pandemic. The album sees Alan pull his wide-ranging sounds together into one, coherent project, combining techno, house, breaks and ambient. Drawing on the early days of rave for inspiration, along with the machinery, Alan has fused sci-fi sonics with emotional songs and dystopian samples, which alongside the artwork, transport the listener to his cinematic musical world.
5039060325377

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Format: Vinyl
Label: ANJUNADEEP
Rel. Date: 01/14/2022
UPC: 5039060325377

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Machine Therapy marks the first album from Alan Fitzpatrick in a decade, with standout debut collaborations including High Contrast and UK vocalist Kele. The name derives from the time Alan has spent in his home studio, with the hardware he has collected over the years, the machines offering a sort of therapy during the pandemic. The album sees Alan pull his wide-ranging sounds together into one, coherent project, combining techno, house, breaks and ambient. Drawing on the early days of rave for inspiration, along with the machinery, Alan has fused sci-fi sonics with emotional songs and dystopian samples, which alongside the artwork, transport the listener to his cinematic musical world.
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