Sunday, June 12, 2011

More Dancing in the Dimensions

Here's a new track I was just sent by a Netherlands artist called Philatelic (click here to see their channel). You'll hear samples from my video Light Has No Speed in this track. Thanks for sending me this, Philatelic!

A direct link to the above video is at

(Just a warning, the other tracks we're looking at here are mixed more aggressively than the above one so you might want to turn your speakers down a bit now.)

When I posted the above video to my facebook page, my friend Sprosh Gomez responded with another track I hadn't heard before, by two fellows from Hungary calling themselves Chemical Spoon: this track is called Dimensions, and you'll hear samples from my original animation throughout.

A direct link to the above video is at

Here's another slightly different version of that same Chemical Spoon track, this one's labeled "Dimension Psynostra", and we looked at this version previously in an entry called Dancing in the Tenth Dimension:

A direct link to the above video is at

While we're looking at dance tracks incorporating samples of my voice, this one has samples from my video Imagining the Omniverse, which coincidentally has just passed 100,000 views on YouTube. This track is from Netherlands music producer Scope DJ, and we looked at it before in my blog entry Dancing in the Omniverse:

A direct link to the above video is at

I'm always grateful when artists who have sampled me provide links back to my work, as Scope DJ and Philatelic have done. Enjoy the journey out there on the dance floor!

Rob Bryanton

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