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CD Review: Soundtrack For The Voices In My Head, Vol. 1 by Celldweller


Producer and multi-instrumentalist Klayton takes the reigns of this multi-chaptered music project, and creates an impressive soundscape that’s bound to grab your attention. This album shows no regard for the limitations of genre, but instead draws elements from multiple styles of music including drum & bass, ambient, industrial rock and classical orchestra. The result is a rich, multi-layered soundtrack that is broth intimidating and beautiful. There is a pleasant balance and equilibrium between physical instruments and synthesizers, combining analogue and digital formats into a tantalizing musical chimera. A preference towards mid-tempo tunes means that this isn’t a typical dance album, but its diversity means that it there is something that will appeal to fans of various music scenes. There’s something very grand and exciting about the way this album intertwines manic DnB drums and driving hard rock guitars with soaring orchestras and euphoric synth, that’s sure to make the listener feel like a hero in their own sci-fi action epic.


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Dane Pavitt

As a university fresher in the big world, curiosity brought me to the local rock & metal bar, where for the first time I heard the likes of Metallica, Iron Maiden, Motorhead, Pantera and Slayer. Since then I’ve played as a rock DJ across the midlands, hosted my own radio show, seen dozens of bands at concerts and festivals, and become an entirely better person because of the influence of music, as my library continues to expand and diversify. Other favourites include Black Sabbath, Dio, Queen, David Bowie, The Clash, Sex Pistols, Led Zeppelin, ZZ Top, The Who, Nine Inch Nails, Rammstein, Depeche Mode, The Prodigy, Nightwish, Danzig, Brendon Small, Devin Townsend, Testament, Emperor, Morbid Angel, Napalm Death, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Neil Diamond and countless others, though I’ll listen to anything that sparks an opinion.

Cheers and horns up!