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Plague Music

Independent netlabel specializing in dark electronic and metal

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New release from jazzsequence is the first in 3 years

Having spent 3 years on hiatus, Plague artist jazzsequence has broken his silence with a new experimental release for RPM 2015. The new release, false, can be loosely described as electronic though traditional synthesizers were not used. Instead a combination of samples, effects, and vocalizations were combined with a Kaossilator to produce most of the sounds on… (read more)

The Signal: the show must go on

The Kickstarter project for The Signal was not successful, however, the project is still happening.  Here’s how you can help the project be successful. Click here to donate to the project now.  I will be honoring the same backer rewards as the Kickstarter project but everyone who donates will get a copy ofWASPREMIX as well (otherwise available… (read more)

Free Download: Nine Inch Nails’ Another Version of the Truth remixed by jazzsequence

another version of the truth (jazzsequence's space dubstep version)

Head over to jazzsequence’s Soundcloud page to get a free download of his dubstep reinterpretation of Nine Inch Nails’ “Another Version of the Truth” from Year Zero. If you like it, leave a comment, and don’t forget to check out his Kickstarter project, The Signal. Or you can just listen to it here after the jump. (Listen here)

The Signal: the new album and Kickstarter project from jazzsequence

I’ve started a Kickstarter project to fund the next jazzsequence album, called The Signal. Where Wasp was a soundtrack to a book, The Signal will be a soundtrack to a phenomenon. If funded, the album will make use of AudioCubes, by Percussa. AudioCubes are a little hard to describe, so we’ll let electronic artist Mark… (read more)

jazzsequence reviewed in Salt Lake City Weekly

WASPREMIX is featured in the local weekly newspaper, Salt Lake City Weekly among a collection of other local, underground artists. We’d like to thank @GavinsUndrgrnd for featuring jazzsequence. An exerpt is below, be sure to head over here for the full article. Reynolds has been putting out releases for nearly five years under the [jazzsequence]… (read more)