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Pulsatile Affect

by Radius

Hard Electronica will elements of Progressive House, Dance, and Trance
Genre: Electronic: House
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Shredded Vinyl
6:08 $0.99
2. Cosmic Jungle
9:40 $0.99
3. Resonant Architect
5:20 $0.99
4. Wiggle Free
7:59 $0.99
5. Chimera
5:44 $0.99
6. They're Calling
7:24 $0.99
7. Immaculate Sunrise
1:37 $0.99
8. Saturated Vision
9:03 $0.99
9. Nixon's Flint
11:07 $0.99
10. System Shakedown
6:21 $0.99
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Album Notes
Development for Pulsatile Affect began summer 2005 and has advanced into an original Electronica/Progressive House compilation released to fans this fall. Inspiration came from self-driven ideas and a passion for original sound synthesis and electronic movement. Mixing instruments and devices in real time, through live studio sessions with 7th Street Garage, provided Radius a new dimension of creativity, sound, and inspiration unique to his album. Their work is featured in "Nixon's Flint" and "Cosmic Jungle." Vincent Chiaramonte, of the band Kurst, enhances the album with his ambient guitar tones and innovative hooks on the track "Chimera." "Wiggle Free" and "Immaculate Sunrise" feature the vocal talents of newcomers Maxi and Krissy, respectively. Their debut performances will no doubt be their last. The remix of "Saturated Vision," a Radius 2004 Winter Music Conference release, is also featured on this album. Pulsatile Affect begins with atmospheric twists bathed in heavy analog distortion in "Shredded Vinyl" and ends with powerful baselines in "System Shakedown" leaving listeners anticipating the next release.



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M.L. Downey

Strong finish makes you wanna dance
“Pulsatile Effect” by Radius is somewhat schizophrenic in design. The techno-dance electronica is understated and muted throughout the first seven tunes, almost as if the artist was slowly building up his energy. Only “Chimera” shakes up things a bit in the early going. However, with the start of the percussive drive and teasing chirps of “Saturated Vision,” Radius really gets the beat going. That is followed by the big wallop and electric buzz of the bass-heavy “Nixon’s Flint” that percolates for more than 11 minutes. The album finishes strongly with the blaring “System Breakdown.” You can listen to the first of “Pulsatile Affect,” but you gotta dance by the end.