Allen – Interstellar Orbit
January 8th 2014 17:05:34 UT
Sensors on a classified U.S. government satellite detect what is the first known interstellar meteor entering the Earth’s atmosphere.
A large fireball is reported breaking up over the coast of Manus Island, Papua New Guinea.
Hidden deep in the depths of the Pacific ocean, a covert research team led by mission agents from NASA’s Center for Near Earth Object Studies is deployed.
Their Mission: to retrieve fragments of the interstellar object.
If these meteors were cast out from the habitable zone of a star, they could transfer life from one planetary system to another.
What they found no one could imagine.
Allen: Drawing heavy influence from science fiction, U.S.-based techno artist Allen’s productions cast light upon his vision of the future. He was first drawn to DJing by Hip Hop, and the allure of mixing and scratching records led to the purchase of his first set of turntables at the age of 18. Soon thereafter, inspired by the New York City rave scene in the late 90s, he began to DJ and produce Drum & Bass and was naturally drawn to the heavy textures and complex rhythms of the Techstep and Neurofunk sub-genres. After ten years of immersion in the world of DnB, Allen began his organic transition to techno, leading to his debut release: a heavily supported 12” vinyl EP on the respected Italian imprint M_REC LTD in 2014. The B2 cut from this record, “Kepler,” would later be featured on fellow American DJ Function’s edition of Ostgut Ton’s Berghain Mix Series in 2015. Also that year, Allen continued to release his style of galactic techno, first with a 12” vinyl record on Fabrizio Lapiana’s label Attic Music followed by a single on Spanish powerhouse label Pole Group’s “Unknown Landscapes Vol. 3” compilation curated by Exium. 2016 saw another artist EP, this time on one of Spain’s deepest techno labels Granulart Recordings, as well as a number of remixes for a variety of imprints including Impulse Array, NORITE, Seance and Lett Records.
Credits: Written and produced by C.Allen, Mastered by Troels B-Knudsen
Image credit: “The Andromeda Galaxy in a Crowded Sky” By Kees Scherer
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