We asked some of our favorite artists to create tracks using DopplerPad. There were no rules other than that simple challenge. Whether weaving loops into studio compositions or conjuring full tracks on the train, Eskmo, Exillon, Jneiro Jarel, and Starkey bring us a diverse set of tracks ranging from dense beats to sonic landscapes.
Outer Spaces EP
Available as a free download
1. Eskmo - “Eyephone Around the Pad”
2. Exillon - “Popplerpad”
3. Jneiro Jarel - “DopplerWhoDat?”
4. Starkey - “Hurricane’s Doppler”
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Eskmo is San Francisco musician Brendan Angelides whose most recent releases are “Lands and Bones” (feat. Swan) for Warp Records, “Let Them Sing/From The Standpoint” for Planet Mu Records, and “Fine Objects” by Eskamon (a collaboration with Ninja Tune’s Amon Tobin).
Exillon also hails from San Francisco and is the electronic music project of Jay Fields. Playing instruments since the age of 12, he has released music on Ad Noiseam, Zod Records, Component Records and Puzzling Records.
Jneiro Jarel’s (Dr. Who Dat?) collaborations and producer credits are almost too many to mention. Highlights include works with Khujo Goodie (as Willie Isz), DOOM, TV on the Radio, and many more. Jarel recently released the genre re-defining Android Love Mayhem from his newly-launched Label Who imprint, distributed by Alpha Pup. His new album, Fauna, will be released on Kindred Spirits/Label Who this summer.
Starkey is Philadephian P.J. Geissinger who has released his “street bass” music for his own Seclusiasis and Slit Jockey labels as well as Planet Mu Records. His most recent releases are the singles “Ok Luv” (feat. Badness) and “Stars” (feat. Anneka) and the album Ear Drums and Black Holes.