CONSEQUECED LP A long awaited studio album of Saint-Petersburg based D-Pulse. For the past few years D-Pulse have released their music on such established labels as Island Records, Tirk, Teardrop, Gomma, and Theomatic. The band’s melancholic sound, echoing from the numerous factories and forests of their home city, Izhevsk, fused with exceptional production, established D-Pulse as one of the most vivid and respected live acts on the contemporary russian indie and electronic music scene. This year the band brings their debut studio album via their very own imprint, Vernal Records.
The early D-PULSE releases were supported by well-known producers, such as Laurant Garnier and Paul Oakenfold. All 3 tracks from 12” Euphoria EP were selected by James Zabiela and Sandy Riviera for their Renaissance Master Series compilation. Gui Borrato included track “Euphoria” in his Addicted mixed compilation for Platipus. Snoop Dog selected a track for his Euro mix, and the band went on to remix Paul Weller’s ‘Starlight’.
For the ‘Consequenced’ album D-Pulse focused on exploring relations between sound and visuals, adding lots of generative
algorithms into their live audiovisual performance. They started an experimental collaboration with few visual artists called TUNDRA (https://www.facebook.com/tunddra).
One of the first audiovisual installations was a 360 panoramic interactive projection called “The VOID”
It had huge worldwide press feedback such as:
The Creators Project: “Installation Uses Panoramic Projections So You Can Literally Enter The “Void”
Gizmodo on The Void: “You might feel like you’re floating in space a little bit.”
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