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What’s news in the life of Jamandru Reynolds.

Induced Turbulence

Sometimes Dub Techno tracks can be so full of natural beauty and yet somehow devoid of any sense of humanity or even the familiarity of our world. The feeling I get while listening to them makes me think of the imagery we are getting back from the Mars rovers and the Cassini spacecraft: Dust swirling on Mars’ baron deserts, gas jets spewing from a frozen moon, storm clouds spontaneously erupting on the surface of Saturn. Turbulence derived from a pure cause-and-effect phenomenon of chemical reactions. Although, I question whether they are merely following the laws of physics.


Mortal Embrace

You’ve been mortally wounded yet somehow you are at peace and accept of your fate with unforeseen courage. As your instincts fight a losing battle for continuity, malfunctioning organs cause strange patterns in your perceptions. This delirious collection of nostalgia and analysis is the final experience you will ever have. You relax and let the sweet solace of the infinite seduce you.


The Good Life

This mix is dedicated to the union of Judah & Yoko, my brother and new sister. There are two parts to this mix: a soulful deep house section–extolling the virtues of love and dedication–and a lively disco house section–celebrating the occasion and the good life we all wish for them.


Legacy: New High Score

I noticed some of the tracks I was collecting had such a high level of ambience that they provoked a situation and setting in my imagination–almost like a soundtrack. So why not make a DJ mix soundtrack, I thought. A good story needs a lot of different experiences but DJ’ing is often intentionally kept very steadily on the same vibe. So that the mood would have some forced variance I decided to use a real film as a template. Gradually, I came to the point where the DJ mix was created and timed for the film. The film? Tron Legacy.


Boo’s Hootie

I love me some Ghetto Tech music so I rounded up some tracks and put them to a mix. To give it my own flare–and add some quality sounds to their janky production–I layered in some Techno, House, and Electro in the background.