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Joel Laviolette is best known for pushing the technology boundaries in his live shows with generative video projection mapping, hand-built percussion instruments, an ecstatic dance following-as well as his recently branching in to music preparation work on film and Netflix (Diving Deep, Seis Manis).

With this latest EP, he takes us back to his Techno music roots. 'Do Not Stand At My Grave and Weep' brings us squarely back to the acid-techno days but with a striking modern feel. Interweaving spoken word from the 1932 poem of the same name by Mary Elizabeth Frye, this dark piece takes us deep with it's use of syncopated glitch lines and sequenced FM synths. (117 BPM)

On the second track, 'Dudidodo', Joel sampled his daughter singing and then pitched it and glitched it-interweaving it with the exclusively modular synth creation. This track checks all the boxes and destined to become a minimal techno modern classic. (128 BPM)