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Free The Robots - The Mind's Eye EP - out on Alpha Pup

Free The Robots The Minds Eye EP
Free The Robots - The Mind's Eye EP
(Digital Single) Alpha Pup Records, 2011-08-16

Free The Robots unleashes The Mind's Eye EP on Alpha Pup Records, a hackled and hypnotic affair with five disturbing tracks, orchestrated by an obvious madman. Mutating messages and subliminal sonics fill The Mind's Eye EP, which opens with the knuckle-crushing knock of The Free. Title track The Mind's Eye encourages eyelids to close as it sinks even deeper into the darkened groove of Prototype B. The voices inside your head take a demented romp through a carnival's carcass in Dance of the Deadbeat and end up in the recesses of Rattlesnake where all the dirty pieces have finally shaken loose. [We still got two incredible mixes presenting the oeuvre of Free The Robots on Paris DJs : Vol 1 and Vol.2, get them if you don't!!!]

Free The Robots The Minds Eye EP
Free The Robots - The Mind's Eye EP
(Digital Single) Alpha Pup Records, 2011-08-16

The Free by Free the Robots

Free The Robots: Rattlesnake by ALPHA PUP

Tracklisting :
01. The Free
02. The Mind's Eye
03. Prototype B
04. Dance of the Deadbeat
05. Rattlesnake

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Free The Robots : big cartel | discogs | facebook | myspace | parisdjs | soundcloud | tumblr | twitter | wikipedia
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