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VEXILLARY - New Remix EP Out Now, New Video Released

New York (USA) based dark electronic/industrial artist Vexillary releases The Geneticist Remixes EP, examining the role of science and its control of the human condition. The video for "The Geneticist (Andy Martin Remix)" is also released and you can watch it below.

Looking at the world around us, it's hard to ignore the significant role of science in our day-to-day existence. But this is nothing new. Science has always been in control of the fate of the human condition. Vexillary tackled this idea head-on in "The Geneticist" - the closing track of the SurViolence EP.

Vexillary comments: ""The Geneticist" was so rich in context and musical raw material that a sequel had to follow. This time, three different electronic scientists, Andy Martin, Signal Deluxe, and Spankthenun re-engineered the track like geneticists manipulating genetic code to reach their desired outcomes. Tempos were augmented, beats were mutated, and new basslines were spawned, to unleash a whole new beast - The Geneticist Remixes EP."

Vexillary is the brainchild of the New York-based producer Reza Seirafi. His diverse work is seeded with a singular undercurrent of gloom and shaped by his unique scientific approach to production. As a chemist and perfumer, Reza was fascinated by the secret bonds between unrelated chemical ingredients that create well-balanced, other-worldly scents. Reza's music-making process follows the same philosophy, as he magically blends unrelated musical parts to create his own brand of decadent industrial and techno music. On his production style, Reza has noted "key changes and odd chords are all over my stuff, connecting seamlessly where they shouldn't. There's some magic to it that can't be explained." Link