- Artist: Japanese Car Crash
- Format: CD
- Release Date:1/30/2007
JapaneseCARCRASH is a blend of Synth-Pop & Industrial music envisioned and carried out by Texas native Casey LeBleu. japaneseCARCRASH uses a blend of vintage and modern synthesizers to create it's unique sound. japaneseCARCRASH also uses a variety of gadgets such as an Etherwave Theremin, Moog ring modulator, stylophone, vocoders and a Synare 3. The final result is then mixed by Steven Seibold @ Uniform Media. japaneseCARCRASH has shared the stage touring with Mankind Is Obsolete and Information Society's Christopher Anton. From industrialized Detroit, to the legendary Phantasy Nite Club in Cleveland through Texas and the glitz of Hollywood always bringing the noise ! japaneseCARCRASH has been remixed by: INFORMATION SOCIETY, HATE DEPT. & AMERICLONE REVIEWS & REACTIONS: 'melodies and moments of intensity make the album worth a listen... ...the closest comparison I can honestly come to is Skinny Puppy with way synthier/dancier beats and melodies as well as vocal lines.' - Lord Lycan @ Heathen Harvest 'loaded with smooth, focused synths, aggressive industrial influence... ...topped off with excellent remixes by Hate Dept. And InSoc's Paul Robb' - Rev. Daryl Litts @ Deadbolt Magazine '...catchy stuff, bordering on futurepop.' - Andy Zebrowitz @ Mirrorshades.org 'The strengths here are definitely in the musical compositions, the driving rhythms, reminiscent of classic electro, and multiple layers of engaging synthetic sounds.' - Nathan Clemence @ Connexion Bizarre 'Cool Tracks' - Paul Robb (Information Society / Think Tank) 'Notable material of the Electronic trends' - DJ Luiz @ Elegy Ibérica 'Speedy and intelligent' - Luminatrix @ Heathen Harvest 'Pretty Cool' - Meg Lee Chin (producer / engineer / artist) 'Industrial-Strength Electronica Artist' - Beaumont Enterprise 'Magnificent and Sublime' - Alternative Music Radio Show 'synth-poppy fusion that almost sounds like a square peg being squeezed into a round hole' - Rev. Daryl Litts @ Deadbolt Magazine.
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