- This is Danseizure – Album
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A journey encompassing sumptuous Skweee, engaging Electronica and melodic Electro. It’s Dan Gorman’s 3rd album and his most accomplished work yet.
This album was made over the course of 3 years of traveling. Music comes on without warning, swells up in my head and then bullies me into making something that sounds like it. That’s what this album is, a nod of recognition towards the sounds in my head. Dedicated to all those who were there for the journeys, and especially to those who have moved on to their own journeys. – Dan Gorman
Bird sounds recorded at dawn in a monastery in Syria.
Satellite Dish Crumbling Wall
Named after, and inspired by, the view out of my window in Damascus.
Made for a gig at the Forest in Edinburgh. Attempting to make my music danceable. There’s a discotheque in the mall called Big Daddies.
Who put your nose out of joint
The samples are mainly from the MGM urban exploration outing to Teufelsburg, Berlin. A WWII bunker and a cold war listening post.
Holes in walls
This is the sound of Danseizure’s mind when he is sick in his stomach.
No ideas but in things (feat. Ryan Van Winkle)
Features the voice of Ryan Van Winkle who is a most excellent poet.
Take what you want
Samples mercilessly ripped off from the Telephone Losers of America. It’s a dial-a-prayer.
I feel like I’ve been listening to music like this all my life.
Made during a break while recording with CMG during a lightening storm in Berlin.
This world is a sad sad place
Self-explanatory. But doesn’t apply when you take action. Take action.
Recorded in: Damascus, Syria. Brčko, Bosnia. Berlin, Germany. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Mastered in CLA, Cambodia. Worldwide digital release 1st of November 2010 on Invisible Agent Records (Ireland/Cambodia). CD release will be available from Forest Records (Scotland) in 2011