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Manipulated!
  • Artist: Antimatterman
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 5060113610522
  • Item #: CDBY136105
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 9/19/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Manipulated! on CD

From 1988, Sascha started making electronic music, in Germany, with an Atari1040STF, two synths and a self-made hall device. Then at Documenta IX in Kassel in 1992 he worked on 'Van Gogh TV' as composer and sound engineer. At the start of the millennia, Sash met with 'INTELLIGENTSIA', motivating his first commercial Project: 'PSYCLONIC PARANDROID', with the release of 'Touching Tomorrow' on the 2001 global compilation 'World Wide Kind'. His artist name being a fusion of 4 words: 'Psychic' + 'Cyclone' and 'Para' + 'Android'. The German label 'MetaWaveMusic' then signed Psyclonic Parandroid in 2002 with the first release of 'I have seen the Future', 'Twisted Science' and 'City Interlude'. Followed by the compilation CD 'Futuristic Trips' in April 2003. 'ANTI MATTTER MAN' was born in mid 2000 during the creation of a track of the same name. Now, four years on, Antimatterman has re-birthed and signed to Earth Academy. While Psyclonic Parandroid seeks the experimental, Antimatterman takes it further, to darker techno, break beats and industrial cybernetics. Expressing the 'mental storm of a million thoughts, being a mixture of man and machine; of emotion and rationalism'.