sonic groove records presents a new masterpiece entitled “realism” by artist rhys fulber, his career as a waveform alchemist and sonic innovator began with the band front line assembly, a project he helped both instigate and shared an imaginative vision with fellow pioneer bill leeb who is otherwise known for his work with early skinny puppy. the sound of front line assembly assisted in the evolution and definition of the industrial/ebm genre. rhys fulber has continued as an unprecedented producer with his contributions to other noteworthy defining procedures such as noise unit and delerium and forging forward in the contemporary realm inside youth code and the more accessible conjure one project.
your dystopia, my utopia is the first album produced by fulber for sonic groove and an impressive follow up to his highly celebrated 12 realism released last year. this album consists of nine expertly crafted tracks calculated and arranged in a sequence to communicate ever evolving moods for the dance floor. the opening track cognitivia is a cerebral journey composed of superior orchestrations of sound and industrialized cryptic vocals personified by symmetrical broken beats. the tracks that follow exhibit some of the most compelling industrialized and ebm infected techno ever put to vinyl. the tracks my church and you can kill are imminent future anthems, deconstructing the rules for techno and reinventing them with future ebm potential