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In episode 2, Rhys takes us a bit deeper into the Coldwave genre with more tracks from some classic artists in the scene and some new tracks that have been making splashes this year, including one from a band who has often epitomized the Coldwave genre, both in sound and in concept, Fear Factory. It all begins with some commentary by Orson Welles over machinistic darkambient from Lustmord before the controlled chaos of Coldwave begins.

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If one were to narrow down a list of artists who are truly unique and innovative in the genre of electronic music, in the top 10 would be Massive Attack. The Bristol Trip-Hop kings are not only the founding fathers of the genre but also constant innovators. Who does that remind you of? In episode 3 we connect the downtempo masters with Klayton through 6 degrees that may surprise you. It's the most exciting and interesting Within 6 yet.

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In episode 1, Rhys explores the surface of the Coldwave world with some familiar tunes that many who are not familiar with the genre may have heard before as well as some oddities that even fans of genre Coldwave may not know and some underground favorites in the genre, all starting out with genre big guns Gravity Kills, a well known and well respected name in and outside of the Coldwave genre.

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Welcome to Transcendence: A Cybernetic Music Revolution presented by Celldweller Tribe. This podcast revolves around, but is not limited to, electronic music. It is our goal to offer you a variety of music in each episode, and expand your musical horizons. Expect to hear some goatrance or another electronic music piece starting off each podcast. From there, each episode of the podcast will feature a culture block, where we will focus on the culture around Celldweller Tribe, which consist of Klayton as well as any related artists. Next will be the request and recommendation section, where we compile your requests, as well as recommendations for other music that listeners of the culture may like, whether by Celltribe's staff or by the artists surrounding the culture themselves. The last section of this podcast will be the world music spotlight, consisting of music, more than likely with lyrics, that are sung in other languages. Since we are big fans of Japanese music, you can expect quite a bit of it here. If you are interested in making a request, you can do so this website, email us at podcast@celldwellertribe.com, or by leave us a message on skype by using the id: celldwellertribe. When we are done with this musical journey, it is our hope that you will leave with more diversity in your listening choices. This podcast is hosted by an electronic voice which is speaking for Angel of Celldweller Tribe.

For a track list and more information, go to the Transcendence podcast page on celldwellertribe.com.

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Starting in the early 80's, all throughout the 90's and even into the current decade - the leader amongst dark, atmospheric, sad, depressing rock music is without a doubt Robert Smith. He is the king of quirk and sadness, dark and atmosphere, epic and sprawling music. The Cure has been his vessel to achieve this profound cultural phenomenon. Not much needs be said - The Cure's reputation speaks for itself. What some may not realize, though, that Klayton is the direct predecessor to Robert Smith's ongoing legacy of these musical concepts and combinations. Although there is no direct relation between Klayton and Robert Smith - there is a connection...through 6 degrees, of course. In the much anticipated episode 2 of Within 6 Degrees, we show you the connection between these two great musical legends and how they compliment as well as contrast each other - all the while, paying tribute to both. Welcome to episode 2.

Hosted by: Kenny James. See host profile...
Concept by: Celldweller Tribe
Intro Music: Inca Steppa by Juno Reactor
Outro Music: Tokyo Dub by Juno Reactor
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Host Feature: Tastes Like It Should by A Beautiful Curse

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Welcome to Within 6 Degrees, the official podcast of Celldweller Tribe! In each episode of this podcast, we attempt to connect our favorite artist, Klayton, with another seemingly unrelated artist through the age-old concept of 6 degrees of separation. Our goal with this podcast is to take you on a musical journey and to show you how Klayton can be linked to legends by only a few degrees. Join us and host Kenny James as we travel with you on this journey from one end of the musical spectrum to the other, surpassing one perceived barrier after another.

There is no doubt that Klayton's current musical project, Celldweller, as well as his many prior projects (Circle of Dust, Argyle Park, etc.), and enormous history of production work, remix work, etc. earns him quite a bit of stature in the culture and history of electronic music, a genre of music that has been and continues to be explored by everyone from pop and rock artists casually experimenting with technology and fusing it with their dominantly organic song structures to hardcore electronic "tech-heads" who take an almost scientific approach to molding and shaping their electronic music creations. Klayton's place in this spectrum is a unique one in that he both experiments with electronics in order to fuse it seamlessly into organic song structures but at the same time meticulously crafts each an every texture of the electronics he utilizes. He does indeed take the latter, scientific approach to electronic music while simultaneously focusing his attention on making a good song that one can sing along to. This is the first episode of Celldweller Tribe's own Podcast Within 6 Degrees. In the first episode, we explore each link in the chain that creates a connection between Klayton and electronic music forefathers Kraftwerk. Two artists that fuse the science of electronic music with the art of song. One an inventor, the other the ultimate innovator.


Hosted by: Kenny James. See host profile...
Concept by: Celldweller Tribe
Intro Music: "Welcome to My Mind" by Psykosonik
Outro Music: "The 1st (Fluke Remix)" by X-Dream
Host Feature: "A Lot Like Diamonds" by A Beautiful Curse

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